Penetration Testing Services Overview
- Highly trained and certified penetration testing team: CISSP, CSSLP, OSCP, ECSA, LPT(Master), CEH, & more
- Guaranteed findings or test is free
- Proven penetration testing methodology
- Includes retest option to validate your fix actions
- Clear & concise reports with prioritized, actionable items
- Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Business with DoD penetration testing experience
How secure is your network? When is the last time you tested your cybersecurity defenses? Why not take steps now to protect your systems, your employees, and your clients from a cyberattack? You cannot fix what you do not know. A penetration test strengthens your defenses by revealing your weaknesses and recommending prioritized fix actions.
We offer full scope cybersecurity penetration testing, from Red Team engagements to testing a single IP address or web application. As ethical hackers (penetration testers), we emulate hackers and cybercriminals by utilizing similar techniques to perform reconnaissance, identify vulnerabilities, and break into your systems. Unlike attackers, however, we play by our agreed upon Rules of Engagement (ROE). We cease the penetration test before exposing sensitive data or doing harm to your environment.
We offer every type of penetration test available. We broadly categorize the penetration tests into two main categories, based on the location they are typically performed from: "Remote" and "Onsite".
Remote Penetration Testing
- Black and Gray Box
- Web Application Penetration Testing
- Remote Vulnerability Assessment (via a VPN connection)
- Social Engineering
Onsite Penetration Testing
- Gray and White Box
- Wireless Penetration Testing
- Vulnerability Assessment
- Social Engineering
- Physical Device Plants and Drops
- Physical Security
Black Box Penetration Testing
With Black Box Penetration Testing we only have unauthenticated access and little prior knowledge, except the IP Address or URL, about the systems in scope.
Gray Box Penetration Testing
With Gray Box Penetration Testing we test target systems as an authenticated user with user-level access. For instance, we test a portal on your website by creating an authenticated user account or using credentials that you provide. We attempt to escalate privileges or access controlled data. The Gray Box Penetration Test ensures users cannot access sensitive data, such as another user’s information.
White Box Penetration Testing
White Box Penetration Testing is designed to assess a system or device with"administrator" or "root" level access and knowledge. This often includes access to architecture diagrams, design documents, specifications, and source code. White Box Penetration Testing is ideal if you develop your own products or integrate systems into your environment.
We follow a high-level seven phase methdology designed to maximize our efficiency, minimize risk, and provide complete and accurate results. The overarching seven phases of the methodology are:
- Planning and Preparation
- Reconnaissance / Discovery
- Vulnerability Enumeration / Analysis
- Initial Exploitation
- Expanding Foothold / Deeper Penetration
- Report Generation
BENEFITS / RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI)
We think it is better to have an ethical hacker find the holes into your enterprise than an adversary. Our Penetration Testing provides details on exploitable vulnerabilities in a prioritized, tangible manner. Our report allows you to better understand what your environment looks like from an attacker perspective. This helps you prioritize efforts to mitigate risk to reduce breach likelihood or damage.
Not only do our Penetration Testing Services show you what your attack surface looks like to an adversary attacker, but they can be used as a safe way to test your organization's incident response (IR) capabilities. Our Penetration Testing services can be used to tune and test your security controls, such as your IDS, Firewall, Endpoint Security, Router ACLs, etc.
Our Penetration Testing services also help you meet compliance audit requirements such as HIPAA, PCI DSS, and NIST.
What you get / Deliverables
You get four items:
- Penetration Test Report
- Penetration Test Report Findings Review with your team via an online session
- Discounted Retest Option for a rerun of the Penetration Test after you fix identified problems
- Letter of Attestation
1. Penetration Test Report
The Penetration Test Report includes IP addresses tested, vulnerabilities discovered, steps taken during the assessment, exploitable areas discovered, and prioritized recommendations. For any systems we are able to exploit, an “Attack Narrative” section is used to discuss step-by-step the process we used to gain access, escalate privileges, etc.
For a sample penetration test report, please contact us or complete the Penetration Test Information Request Form, below.
The report sample below is used as a quick reference to focus remediation and mitigation efforts on. The findings are ranked by risk rating and include recommendations (rec), reference links for mitigation steps, and tester notes.
2. Penetration Test Report Findings Review
We schedule either an in-person of online session with you where we walk through the report with your team and answer any questions about the findings, our methods, or the steps required for remediation. Many competitors deliver a confusing lengthy report at the end of the engagement for you to decipher. Our penetration test report review adds tremendous value because we can clarify findings and remediation steps.
3. Discounted Retest Option
How do you know the steps you took to fix our penetration test report findings actually worked? Validation removes the guesswork. When you're ready, after fixing the issues identified in the penetration test report, we offer a deep discount to rerun the same penetration test. This is a crucial and often overlooked step in this process. Validating security controls, patches, and other fix actions is extremely important. We have discovered numerous organizations that thought they fixed a finding we identified, only to discover after a retest that the finding was still there.
4. Letter of Attestation
The attestation letter serves as record of us performing the penetration test. It includes a summary of the findings. Its intent is for external use, outside of your organization, to show proof that a security assessment was performed and to highlight test results.
Interested in testing your systems to see how effective your security controls are against an attacker?
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