Understanding your network architecture, identifying key systems, and establishing the scope of testing.
Identifying potential threats and attack vectors specific to your organization.
Employing advanced tools and techniques to uncover exploitable vulnerabilities within your network.
Safely exploiting found vulnerabilities to demonstrate the potential impact of an attack, without disrupting your business operations.
Offering guidance and support in addressing identified vulnerabilities to strengthen your security posture.
Providing a detailed report outlining discovered vulnerabilities, the methods used to exploit them, and comprehensive recommendations for remediation.
Assessing the depth of access gained and the potential damage that could be caused.
Penetration testing, commonly known as pen testing, involves several distinct stages, each critical for thoroughly assessing the security of a system or network.
There are nine main types of pen testing, each directed at a specific area of your digital infrastructure to fortify every aspect of your business.
Testing focuses on identifying security weaknesses, attack patterns, and other vulnerabilities in web applications.
Involves automated and manual testing of mobile app binaries and server-side functions. This testing uncovers issues like session management, cryptographic flaws, and authentication problems.
Testing external networks and systems for various security vulnerabilities, using a checklist to assess encrypted protocols, SSL certificate issues, and administrative services.
Cloud pen testing, different from traditional environments, requires specialized skills to analyze configurations, APIs, databases, encryption, and security controls, considering the shared responsibilities between the user and cloud service providers.
Focuses on identifying vulnerabilities in Docker containers, including misconfigurations and other risks.
Tests IoT devices (e.g., medical devices, cars, home appliances) for unique challenges like long lifecycles, remote operation, and regulatory compliance.
Similar to mobile app testing, this includes automated and manual analysis of mobile device binaries and server-side components for various vulnerabilities.
Uses automated and manual methods to test against the OWASP API Security Top 10 list, looking for issues like broken authorization, excessive data exposure, and rate limiting problems.
Integrates automated pen testing in the CI/CD pipeline as part of DevSecOps practices to identify vulnerabilities and attack patterns, supplementing static code scanning.
Penetration Testing goes beyond standard vulnerability scans to uncover deeper, more complex security weaknesses.
By simulating actual attack scenarios, you gain a realistic understanding of your network's resilience against cyber threats.
Many industries require regular penetration testing as part of compliance with cybersecurity regulations.
Identifying and mitigating vulnerabilities helps prevent potential breaches that can disrupt business operations.
Demonstrating a commitment to cybersecurity safeguards your reputation and builds trust with clients and stakeholders.
Regular penetration testing is essential for maintaining a proactive stance against the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats.
Practical demonstration of possible attack scenarios that allow an attacker to bypass security measures in your corporate network and gain high privileges in important systems.
In-depth search for business logic errors and implementation vulnerabilities in applications of any type, from large cloud solutions to embedded and mobile applications.
Comprehensive analysis of the hardware and software components of various payment systems, identification of potential fraud scenarios and vulnerabilities that can lead to manipulation of financial transactions.
Case-specific threat modeling and vulnerability assessment of industrial control systems and their components, providing an understanding of the existing attack surface and the corresponding impact of potential attacks on business.
Detailed assessment of interconnected devices and their server infrastructure, identifying vulnerabilities at the level of firmware, network and applications.
Threat simulation based on threat analysis to help evaluate the effectiveness of your security monitoring capabilities and incident response procedures.
We cover the entire incident investigation cycle to completely eliminate the threat to your organization.
Analysis of digital evidence of cybercrime, leading to the creation of a comprehensive report with a detailed description of all relevant findings.
Providing you with a complete picture of the behavior and functionality of specific malicious files.