Black Box Penetration Testing
Penetration testing engagements are done with no prior information about the target systems.
White Box Penetration Testing
Penetration testing engagements are done with significant knowledge of the target systems.
Grey Box Penetration Testing
Penetration testing engagements are done with limited information about the target systems.
All applications and operating systems have inherent vulnerabilities which can be used by hackers to launch attacks on the technology infrastruture of enterprises. Such attacks can result in a costly downtime, theft of proprietary information, and loss of customer data. It is important for organisations to periodically assess these vulnerabilities and patch them to avoid such attacks.
We offer vulnerability assessment and penetration testing services, in which we simulate attacks that can be done by malicious hackers; in order to detect and address threats and loopholes before security breaches by malicious actors take place.
Using the EC Council quidelines, our vulnerability assessment and penetration testing engagements are designed to identify system vulnerabilities and weaknesses, validate existing security measures, and provide a detailed remediation roadmap to reinforce existing security controls against possible breaches.
Our reports contain sections for both the executive and technical personnel, providing an executive summary for management to understand the risks faced by the organisation, and information for the technical team to be able to locate, reproduce and fix all the discovered issues.
At the end of the penetration testing engagement, we provide and extensive set of reports and recommendations to effectively eliminate the detected breaches: