Network Security Assessment Services
Network Security Testing helps organizations identify and demonstrate vulnerabilities and determine actual risk, validate security defenses and meet compliance mandates. Make sure you choose a provider that takes a security-centric approach, instead of one driven by compliance. Expert testers should work with you and your organization to determine the right cybersecurity tests and assessments that will provide the insights you need to develop an overall stronger security posture. Testing services include Vulnerability Assessment, Penetration Testing, Social Engineering Tests and Specific Network Tests.
Wire / Wireless Networks Security Testing
Wire / Wireless Security Testing service evaluates the security of your networks and their compliance with appropriate mandates, through configuration reviews, technical testing and scanning for rogue access point detection.
Wire / Wireless Network Penetration
Evaluates the security of your network infrastructure and assesses their compliance with appropriate mandates. These risks will be exposed through configuration reviews, technical testing and scanning for rogue access point detection.
Vulnerability Assessments are "light-touch" evaluations that use automated tools to scan and find known issues and vulnerabilities. These types of assessments should be used during a low-security posture period or when you are seeking to baseline a new network. They help to identify gaps and vulnerabilities in your network, help you validate your configuration and patch management and identify steps you can take to harden your systems. The assessment helps you meet your minimum compliance mandates and security assessment needs.
Penetration Testing helps organizations meet compliance requirements and validate specific security risks that may exist. A Penetration Test is a form of assurance testing. It is designed to show how an attacker would gain unauthorized access to your environment through your email systems, firewalls, routers, VPN tunnels, web servers and other network devices. Penetration Testing can be performed from the perspective of threats attacking the network edge facing the Internet (external penetration test) and from inside the network environment (internal penetration test).
Penetration Tests are also known as “ethical hacking” and go further than vulnerability tests to identify security gaps and vulnerabilities in your network. Tests are designed to show how an attacker would gain unauthorized access to your environment by compromising your email systems, firewalls, routers, VPN tunnels, web servers and other devices. Prefer third-party testers who can use blended approaches and simulate a network-based attack to test your network security defenses, policies and practices, and provides the steps you can take to improve your security. Complete tests will continue beyond penetrating the network to identify methods that a hacker could use to gain full, persistent control of your systems and use that as a base for attacks deeper into your network. Learn what vulnerabilities exist in your systems so they can be better protected against a persistent attack.
Standards and Best Practices
We adhere to existing standards and best practices in our analysis:
- OWASP Testing Guide
- OWASP Top 10
- OWASP Development Guide
- PCI Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)
- NIST-SP800-115, NIST-SP800-42