Vulnerability Assessment

 A vulnerability assessment is the testing process used to identify and assign severity levels to as many security defects as possible in a given timeframe. This process may involve automated and manual techniques with varying degrees of rigor and an emphasis on comprehensive coverage. Using a risk-based approach, vulnerability assessments may target different layers of technology, the most common being host-, network-, and application-layer assessments.

A vulnerability can be defined in two ways:

  1. A bug in code or a flaw in software design that can be exploited to cause harm. Exploitation may occur via an authenticated or unauthenticated attacker.
  2. A gap in security procedures or weakness in internal controls that when exploited results in a security breach.

Penetration Testing

Penetration testing (or pen testing) is a security exercise where a cyber-security expert attempts to find and exploit vulnerabilities in a computer system. The purpose of this simulated attack is to identify any weak spots in a system’s defences which attackers could take advantage of. Our testing process covers OWASP & SANS Standards.

We do Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing for:

  • Web Application
  • Mobile Application
  • Network
  • API
  • Thick Client

Types of Testing

  • Black Box
  • White Box
  • Grey Box

Server Hardening

Server hardening involves identifying and remediating security vulnerabilities. By Implementing Server hardening we immediately reduce the risk of attackers compromising your critical systems and data. The server hardening is based on CJIS Standard.

Server

  • Windows 
  • Linus 

Certification