Possessing strong network security is critical. Performing internal penetration testing on the network and external network penetration testing on your infrastructure will help uncover any network and system-level flaws that could lead to vulnerabilities. This includes, but is not limited to misconfigurations, wireless network vulnerabilities, rogue services, product-specific vulnerabilities, weak passwords, and protocols. You’ll see exactly what would happen if a bad actor were to find a security vulnerability and breach your existing network security.
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Focused web application penetration testing will help you uncover application layer flaws and misconfigurations such as cross-site request forgery, injection flaws, weak session management, cross-site scripting, insecure direct object references, and more. Our pen testers will apply application security testing to dig out exploitable vulnerabilities in your web apps before cybercriminals do.
These days, web application security testing is necessary, but it’s often hard to get it right when juggling many other aspects of development. Our application security testers are experienced software developers and understand applications from both the development and security perspectives. About 80% of our application testing is manual pentesting, with the remaining 20% performed using automated testing methods. We help you protect your sensitive data.
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A wireless vulnerability assessment can tell you which Wi-Fi devices exist within your environment and if your environment aligns with industry compliance and best practices. With more in-depth testing, an assessment can also examine the wireless infrastructure, performance, and security of an organization’s existing wireless network(s). Doing so helps you fully understand the environment’s strengths and weaknesses. Once armed with that information, intelligent decisions can be made to improve weak areas of performance.
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Mobile has become an essential component of any business strategy. It’s no longer a novelty but a necessity. Bad actors know this and will relentlessly pursue ways to infiltrate both iOS and Android systems to uncover security weaknesses. Our penetration testers take an in-depth look into your organization’s operating systems and the associated apps. Then they’ll simulate real-world attacks (ethical hacking) to uncover any susceptibilities associated with your organization’s mobile use.
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You might install top-notch physical security controls such as locks, sensors, smartcards, cameras, and mantraps. Still, criminals will always try to stay one step ahead of you to try and gain unauthorized access. Cybercriminals can put your business at great risk, and that’s where physical pen testing comes in. Physical Penetration testers will look at all aspects of your physical facility, inside and out, to make certain your processes and physical protections would circumvent a cyber attack and the criminals trying to gain access to exploit your building or the people working within it.
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A penetration testing company is an organization of ethical hackers that provide offensive security services to test security defenses against the threats of real attacks used by cybercriminals and bad actors.
Penetration testing is legal in all fifty US states. However, penetration testing or ethical hacking must be approved by a company to be deemed legal (otherwise, it is considered hacking). Proper project scoping is important to establish what is and is not within the testing bounds before a penetration test is performed.
The cost of a penetration test varies greatly depending on the type of test, company size, scope and complexity, methodology, the experience level of penetration testers, and remediation costs.
The average cost of a penetration test can range anywhere from $4,000 for small, non-complex testing to upwards of $100,000 for large, complex projects.
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