Wireless Penetration Testing

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What is a Wireless Penetration Test?

A wireless penetration test helps organizations examine their wireless infrastructure, its performance, and the overall security of Wi-Fi networks.

Why is Wireless Penetration Testing Important?

A wireless penetration test is important because it helps organizations understand their current wireless access points and the environments’ strengths and weaknesses.

Benefits of Performing Wireless Penetration Testing Services with RedTeam Security

Our team of highly trained penetration testers understands that a modern and secure wireless network needs to be user-friendly and handle the business’s demands. It needs to be able to balance cybersecurity with productivity to keep your business operating securely. By performing security testing, organizations could see decreased costs, increased collaboration among employees, and enhanced customer service experiences. Elevating your security posture through remediation of potential vulnerabilities on your wireless network ultimately leads to increased revenue and an overall improved work experience for both employees and customers. To reach these goals, careful planning with security experts is essential. Any effective planning should begin with a detailed wireless security assessment for your organization.

The RedTeam Security Solution for Your Next Wireless Penetration Test

RedTeam Security’s wireless pen tests are all-encompassing. Our team of skilled penetration testers starts by taking a holistic approach when examining your environment. We work with your team to identify and scope a customized vulnerability assessment to meet your organization’s specific needs. In addition to making sure only authorized access is possible, RedTeam Security’s testing tools allow us to dig deeper and examine the following:
  • Rogue Access Point Detection – We will work with your team to validate any alerting mechanisms you have or may need to detect unauthorized Access Points in your environment correctly.
  • Encryption Key and Password Strength – RedTeam Security will help your team gauge the strength and complexity of your wireless keys and their ability to be ‘brute force’ or dictionary cracked.
  • RF Signal Leakage – Working with your team, we can identify areas of signal bleed over or weak access areas internally within your organization.
  • Network segmentation Like a miniature internal network penetration test, our team will identify any weak areas between your wireless environments and physical networks that may need to be addressed.
  • Egress filtering –  By doing a packet-level examination, our team of expert pen testers can help your organization identify any specific protocols or ports that establish outward connections from within your wireless environment.
  • Captive portal testing – If your organization uses captive portals as a part of your wireless infrastructure, our team will conduct basic testing against your application to ensure its integrity and security.
Here at RedTeam Security, we understand that your organization’s network security, performance, and productivity are too important to rely on simple guesswork. A security services vendor with a proven track record and experience in assessing all the critical needs of an organization’s environment, including their business goals, can be an invaluable partner. RedTeam Security offers a wide variety of assessments and consulting engagements to ensure your organization has proper security controls in place while maintaining peak productivity.

Wireless Pen Test Assessments

On its simplest of levels, a wireless assessment can tell you which Wi-Fi devices exist within your environment and if your environment aligns with industry best practices. With more in-depth testing, an assessment can also examine the wireless infrastructure, performance, and security of an organization’s existing wifi network(s). Doing so helps you gain a full understanding of the environments’ strengths and weaknesses. Once armed with that information, intelligent decisions can be made for improvements to weak areas of performance.

Our Pen Testing Methodology

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RedTeam Security will assess the level of security awareness evident in the design of your wireless network. We will find and attempt to exploit security flaws that could allow privilege escalation, disclosure of sensitive data, injection of malicious code into trusted components, invalid transactions, and other conditions recognized as posing security risks. This approach allows us to identify all existing attack vectors and demonstrate the impact of a real-world attack.

Many CEOs and Executives have been quoted saying, “We don’t know what we don’t know.” This statement will forever reign true within any environment. So why not contact RedTeam Security today and allow us to help you identify your “unknowns”. Call (952) 836-2770 for a free consultation with a Penetration Testing expert today.

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Wireless Penetration Testing FAQs

Wireless penetration testing is valuable for any organization looking to identify, review, and improve their wireless network.
The goals of wireless penetration testing include testing access controls, the strength of the wireless encryption, the ability of an attacker to masquerade as a fake access point, and how well the wireless environment is protected against Man-in-the-Middle attacks.
Network penetration tests focus on a network’s design, implementation, and maintenance and look at its services. Wireless penetration testing involves identifying and examining connections between all the devices connected to the business Wi-Fi network.
An expert penetration tester’s job is to perform the role of the attacker to assess the wireless security configurations for security vulnerabilities. Effective wireless penetration testing requires a diligent effort to find weaknesses that bleed into any other wireless networks or infrastructure.
The main threats to closed wireless networks include brute-force key discovery attacks, evil twin attacks, rogue access points, and denial of service through de-authentication attacks. Open wireless networks may be affected by users freeloading services by using the bulk of the network bandwidth for their individual use.

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