First, we perform automatic and manual security tests to identify security threats, from simple misconfigurations to critical errors in product architecture.
We analyze the identified threats and ensure that all anomalies (such as duplicates and false positives) are excluded from testing.
Based on risk profiling (where we take into account elements such as the number of affected systems, type of data at risk, business risk, potential damage), we prepare a set of guidelines to help you eliminate security problems and reduce risk.
When all steps are done we provide you also with both executive and technical reports on vulnerabilities which were identified and the proposed solutions for mitigating.
The Penetration Testing Team works with the company’s IT department with unrestricted access to internal resources or data they may need during the test.
Access to internal resources and data is limited. Some IT staff may not be aware of the penetration test in order to verify their response.
No access to internal resources. Only certain employees in the company know about the penetration test to check the response of the IT department and detect countermeasures to the attack.
Use Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) to collect sensitive data that could be used to facilitate attacks.
Collection of relevant documentation, identification and categorization of primary and secondary assets, identification and classification of threats and community threats, and mapping of community threats against primary and secondary assets.
Vulnerability testing is the process of detecting errors in systems and applications that can be exploited by an attacker. These shortcomings range from incorrect host and service configuration to uncertain application design.
Gaining access through vulnerabilities, configuration errors, or social engineering.
The value of the machine determines the sensitivity of the data stored on it and the usability of the machine in further endangering the network.
Communication of objectives, methods and results of testing.
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