Advanced Cybersecurity Penetration Testing

Do you know where your vulnerabilities are?

Get ahead of network and web application vulnerabilities to stay ahead of cyber threats 

When the impacts of an attack are high, you can’t afford to learn the hard way that you had a vulnerability. Be proactive. Put your environment to the test to identify weaknesses and address security gaps before they become issues. Penetration testing reveals the current state of your network or applications. Interval testing over time can provide increased value, revealing potential systemic issues.

Our expert testers leverage adversarial tactics, techniques, and procedures to test web applications, infrastructure, high value systems, operating systems, virtual machines, domain trust, or enterprise networks.

We structure the service to meet your business and security requirements for risk reduction and compliance.

  • Network penetration testing can be approached from an external or internal perspective to target operating systems, open ports and services, and remote access.
  • Web application penetration testing addresses a specific application, set of applications, or individual modules that comprise an application to identify common misconfigurations or weaknesses in software design or software implementation. Threat modeling is used to strategize how we attack the surface of an application to compromise data.
  • Our LiveFire breach and attack simulation (BAS) service will help you move from speculation to certainty about your vulnerabilities and your visibility, detection, and response capabilities.

Following any of our security testing, a detailed report is prepared describing the vulnerabilities discovered, potential adversarial attack paths, and tactical and strategic recommendations prioritized based on your threat profile, business objectives, and compliance requirements.

Findings can be used to address skill gaps, evaluate technology, and update processes to improve defensive measures across the security organization.

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Scoping the Right Test

Two factors to consider when scoping a penetration test include:

Internal Versus External Testing

Internal penetration testing assumes the attacker is accessing the network from the inside. An internal foothold in the network affords the would-be attacker access to devices. We attack the core to gain and escalate privileges and access to achieve persistence and expose vulnerabilities.

External penetration testing is best used to shore up your perimeter. An external penetration test provides a ground truth view of your perimeter exposure. We test publicly exposed egress and ingress points to exploit vulnerabilities in systems, services, and infrastructure.

Breadth and Depth of Testing

For enhanced security inside the SDLC process, we tailor our testing to systematically perform an appropriate depth of testing. Additionally, we can execute out-of-band security testing that fulfills a more thorough set of comprehensive test cases to satisfy your requirements. We tailor the testing scope to give you the depth and breadth of testing you require.

Let's scope the security test that's right for you. 

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