Penetration Testing

Security Evaluation

Pre-engagement

Define and understand the scope

Intelligence gathering

Identify the organisations presence

Threat Modeling

Formulate the best methods of entry

Vulnerability Analysis

Evaluation and identification of exposures

Exploitation

The action of establishing initial access to the environment

Post Exploitation

Understand the internal network and potential business risk

Reporting

The way to finalize the engagement within a comprehensive document that includes all efforts, findings and remediations

Penetration Testing is the process of simulating a cyber-attack using real-world tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs).

We follow the seven-stage Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES), a standard that has gained wide adoption within the cybersecurity community.
PTES process flow allows for a systematic approach to Penetration Testing and Red Teaming assessments.
The PTES process flow breaks down each phase of a Penetration Test in a methodical way, while still allowing the creativity and flexibility a hacker would employ.
The seven-stage approach is reflected as:
 

Web Application Pentest

Web applications are one of the most common types of software in use today.
Due to their complexity and ubiquity, web applications represent a unique challenge to any organisation’s security posture.
Modern web applications handle increasingly sensitive data, so it is essential to ensure that they do not introduce significant risk to an organisation.
Web application testing can help you ensure that you have safeguarded your web applications from security threats and vulnerabilities.
Our approach goes beyond the OWASP Top 10 for its assessments. We dig deeper to understand the application logic and maximise potential impact. Our web application testing relies on the use of real-world tactics, techniques, and procedures
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Cloud Pentest

Cloud services introduce additional complexity on top of the services that organisations provide.
You want to know the extent to which the configuration of these services is resilient against cyberattacks.
For all the benefits of cloud services, some challenges come with it as well.
Specifically, it can be challenging to secure a multi-cloud strategy because of a lack of visibility across hosts and services.
That makes it easier for hackers to find exploitable vulnerabilities within an organization’s infrastructure.
It also makes it more difficult to meet compliance mandates.
The design and the configuration of cloud services can lead to deficiencies that undermine the composition’s integrity, which can be exploited by malicious parties.
You want to identify these vulnerabilities and respond adequately.

Network Pentest

External Network Assessment

Your perimeter network is attacked every day and even small external vulnerabilities can be damaging. External network penetration testing identifies vulnerabilities on infrastructure devices and servers accessible from the internet.
External penetration testing assesses the security posture of the routers, firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and other security appliances which filter malicious traffic from the internet

Internal Network Assessment

Our security engineers approach the local area network as an attacker on the inside.
We look for privileged company information and other sensitive assets. This involves incorporating a variety of tools, uncovering user credentials, and attempting to compromise both virtual and physical machines present in the network environment.
The benefit of this engagement is in ensuring a breach of your external network will not result in a breach of your assets.

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