- Intake call for time estimation
- Your unique project for a fixed price
- Overview of all found vulnerabilities
- Classified according to criticality
- Full report including all details
- With executive summary
- Solution-focused advice
- Independent and not biased
- How you score against hackers
- Based on criticality of errors
- Explained in human language
- We remain on standby after the test
Which Ethical Hacking Tests can you choose?
- Pentester has no prior knowledge
- Full test from outside
- Pentester based on time
- We penetrate as far as possible
- Pentester has partial information
- Combining external and internal test
- Pentester based on budget
- We penetrate as far as possible
- Pentester has full prior knowledge
- Full test from the inside
RED TEAMING TEST
- All possible hacking and social engineering techniques
- We work with predefined objectives
Possible Ethical Hacking Targets
Other Ethical Hacking Services
Criticality and predefined ethical hacking bugs
Low urgency (K4)
Medium urgency (K3)
High urgency (K2)
Very critical (K1)
Bits and pieces about Ethical Hacking Pentesting
A penetration test, or pen test, is a security test of IT infrastructure by exploiting vulnerabilities in a controlled manner, performed by penetration testers. These vulnerabilities may exist in operating systems, services, application flaws, improper configurations, or risky end-user behavior. Such assessments are also useful in validating the efficacy of defensive mechanisms, as well as end-user adherence to security policies.
The fundamental purpose of penetration testing is to measure whether systems or end users can be compromised and to evaluate the impact such incidents have on affected resources or activities. You can think of penetration testing as appointing a burglar to see if he can break into your house.
Yes, they evaluate your company's ability to protect its networks, applications, endpoints and users from external or internal hacking attempts. The tests provide detailed information on real, exploitable security risks to proactively identify the most critical vulnerabilities and what actions are needed. By regularly putting your cybersecurity security and security staff to the test, you no longer have to hypothetically wonder what an attack will look like and how you will respond. You will have a clear picture of how your company scores against hackers.
Penetration testing should be performed on a regular basis to ensure more consistent IT and network security management. In addition to regularly scheduled analysis and assessments required by regulatory mandates, tests should also be run whenever:
- A network infrastructure or applications are added
- Upgrades to infrastructure or applications are done
- Security patches are applied
- End user policies are modified
- New office locations are established
Going through the results of pen tests provides a great opportunity to discuss plans going forward and revisit your security posture overall. Additionally, relaying these results with actionable insights to decision makers within the organization will better emphasize the risk that these vulnerabilities pose, and the positive impact that remediation will have on the business.
While vulnerability scans (100% automated) provide a valuable picture of what potential security weaknesses are present, penetration tests (primarily performed manually) can add additional context by seeing if the vulnerabilities could be leveraged to gain access within your environment. Pen tests can also help prioritize remediation plans based on what poses the most risk.