How Can We Get You Secure?
Companies come to us to perform Penetration Testing (also called Pen Testing). To find security weaknesses in their networks and applications. Identifying and fixing problems before hackers and criminals do.
Worried about how secure your networks are? Need to get a network or product compliant? Need to demonstrate how secure your services are to clients?
These are just some of the reasons why companies choose our penetration testing services. No fuss. Just high quality pen testing at sensible prices.
Worried about Staff clicking on links they shouldn’t? Visiting harmful websites that can introduce harmful software? Companies are increasingly targeted by hackers through their own staff.
Your organisation and staff are regularly being targeted by harmful emails and messages. Criminals are successfully using new techniques to evade technical defences.
It is therefore essential that people are aware of what to expect and how to deal with suspicious communications.
Frequently Asked Questions…
There are a variety of reasons.
Many companies choose to perform penetration testing (also known as pen testing) because it forms an essential part of compliance. An example being the PCI Data Security Standard.
Others see pen testing as part of their systems development and maintenance programme. Periodically, systems are tested to ensure that changes being applied are secure. Also that systems under test are being subjected to the latest hacking techniques to keep pace with technology.
Increasingly, technology providers are performing testing on the services and products that they sell to clients. An independent assessment that acts as both a security measure and marketing tool.
There is no single ‘right’ answer. Regardless of why a company performs penetration testing, the fact remains that technology is being tested to identify and remove weakness. Which is a positive thing.
Hardly a day goes by without hearing news of a high profile ransomware or fraud attack.
These attacks are becoming more common as criminals look for easier routes into an organisation. Companies often spend huge sums of money on network protection such as firewalls and Intrusion Detection.
How much easier to trick staff into providing access. Send compelling messages that are designed to trick staff into clicking links and attachments. Introducing harmful software directly to the company network.
Staff need to be aware and stay vigilant. Messages are becoming more sophisticated and harder to spot.
Periodic awareness sessions coupled with tests are a really effective method keeping staff alert.