Penetration Testing

The hardest weaknesses to spot are your own. However, it’s vital to be aware of all vulnerabilities regarding your company’s security and safety in the online medium. Identifying your vulnerabilities and how the attackers can exploit them is the surefire way of gaining control of your company’s security. Now that’s where we come in.
Our dedicated team of experts are highly experienced and always up to date with the latest cybersecurity threats. We put processes in place that allow us to conduct assessments and penetration testing for internal and external networks, web and mobile applications, web APIs and many more. Simply put, we allow you to create an effective find-to-fix cycle regarding your cybersecurity status.

What are the benefits of penetration testing?

Identify and exploit your company or product’s cybersecurity vulnerabilities. Get a better understanding of advanced tactics, take more informed decisions and protect your organisation. Here are the three main benefits of penetration testing procedures:

Identify Security Gaps

Gain an accurate perspective on your company’s security gaps. Ensure there are no spots your internal IT team has missed, and be prepared for modern-day advanced security threats.

Adjust your security budget

Test the investments you’ve made in your cybersecurity so far. Based on the analysis, you can allocate security budgets to prioritise the most exposed areas.

Reduce cyberattack surface

Mitigate and solve the real vulnerabilities of your company to eliminate weaknesses in your security. Be prepared in front of any potential challenges.

What is our approach to penetration testing?

Our Penetration Testing methodology is based on a lot of manual test cases and scenarios that are not covered by security tools. Our pentest activities are supported by automated tools, but we do not rely on them, as most people do. We test as the real hackers do – with creativity.
The Penetration Tests that we do cover the following industry frameworks and compliances:
Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM)
Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Framework
Penetration Testing Methodologies and Standards (PTES)
Information System Security Assessment Framework (ISSAF)
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)
International Organization for Standardization: ISO-27001
Network & Information Systems (NIS) Directive
Service Organization Control 2 (SOC 2) Compliance
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Discover vulnerabilities in your organisation’s security.