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Conquest brings a suite of cybersecurity penetration testing services to validate your cybersecurity processes, practices, and controls. Penetration testing can help you prove regulatory compliance, mitigate your IT Risk, and can be used to help highlight your security maturity in the marketplace.
Our penetration test experts identify specific weaknesses in your security operations by attempting to discover and exploit the vulnerabilities of your network, applications, and people.
The baseline of a pen test includes six manual or automated activities, consisting of intelligence gathering, threat modeling, vulnerability analysis, exploitation, post-exploitation, and action-oriented reporting of potential impact and remediation. More specific tests are then layered on based on an organization’s specific environment. Next steps and recommended remediation can help to further strengthen your security posture and lower risk for your organization.
We adhere to industry-standard frameworks and best practices including:
Let's discuss how penetration testing can mitigate your IT risk by providing you visibility to vulnerabilities within your network and security controls.
Our services verify and validate the security of your company’s critical software and applications.
We simulate real-world attacks on your application’s business logic and security controls to gain access to sensitive data.
Our approach results in identifying verifiable weaknesses and provides effective remediation guidance.
Our services validate the strengths and identify the weaknesses in your computer systems and networking infrastructure's security controls.
Our methodology simulates real-world techniques and tactics to test the health of your network.
We demonstrate weaknesses and guidance to eliminate them.
We provide penetration testing and continuous monitoring of your wireless networking infrastructure.
Using industry-standard best practices and advanced surveillance tools, we identify weaknesses and provide guidance to remediate misconfiguration and vulnerabilities that could lead to unauthorized access, intelligence gathering, and data breaches.