Penetration Testing services mimics an attacker seeking to access sensitive assets by exploiting security weaknesses existing across multiple systems. This service not only identifies individual vulnerabilities but also reveals how networks designed to support normal business operations can provide attackers with pathways to backend systems and data.
- Network Penetration Test
Penetration testing or sometimes known as “ethical hacking” is a security testing service that focuses on locating flaws in your networks, infrastructure and overall architecture. Tests involve active exploitation of vulnerabilities.
- Web Application Penetration Testing
More than 70% of all attacks are aimed at the Application layer. This service examines your web applications from coding and implementation flaws through to other issues like SQL injection and cross-site-scripting, involving active exploitation of vulnerabilities.
- SAP Penetration Testing
The SAP Penetration Testing service simulates the process performed by malicious hackers, in their attempt to access your SAP business platform to perform criminal activities like espionage, sabotage and fraud. These individuals can be malicious insiders or external intruders.
- DoS and DDoS Testing
Whether you need to conduct distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) cyber warfare Red Team exercises or perform extreme-scale load and performance testing on your website or SOA services, our Distributed Testing Service can generate all the network traffic you can cope with.
- Social Engineering
Identify potential security holes from an insider intrusion based on unauthorized employee access to confidential information. Leverage a number of techniques to identify employee-related vulnerabilities and arm your security teams with empirical data to improve your security posture.
- Cloud Security Testing
This service helps validate when your cloud deployment is secure providing you actionable remediation information when it’s not. The service conducts proactive, real-world security tests using the same techniques employed by attackers seeking to breach your AWS cloud-based systems and applications.
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