Our tailored approach allows you to select from a catalogue of audits that deliver a report highlighting vulnerabilities and recommendations for corrective action. We encompass staff security training, modems, firewalls, networks, servers, licenses, printers, software, social engineering and more to ensure we analyse and critique every part of your IT systems with our team of White Hat Hackers.
We enable you to go beyond security and to ensure resilient and high-performing systems which integrate breakthrough disruptive technologies such as Cloud computing, Big data and the Internet of Things to help you master your critical data.
Our range of ethical hacking engagements enable organisations of all sizes to effectively manage cyber security risk by identifying gaps that could lead to technology, applications, people and processes being compromised by online threats. Our zero footprint approach encompass the following services:
- Infrastructure Testing –
- Wireless Testing
- Application and API security code review
- Social engineering
- Web application security testing
- Mobile security testing
- Firewall configuration review
- Host configuration review
Our technicians can talk you through every aspect of the tests, the severity of each system flaw and offer their recommendations. Most of our clients discover significant security problems through their penetration tests, leaving their company data exposed and vulnerable.
After an intrusion or data breach occurs, what matters most is the quality of your response. We identify willful destruction or withholding of data, theft of intellectual property, computer fraud, and the thousand other strategies utilised to destroy your reputation, make money, and obfuscate their electronic tracks.
We’ll work with your company both to develop a remediation plan as well as offering support when a cyber attack penetrates your IT systems. A remediation plan should include not only regular penetration tests and IT security audits to keep your systems up to date but also protocol for what to do in the event of a breach.
Using the data from your penetration tests, your company can patch its vulnerabilities, an aspect of your remediation plan called corrective action. Your remediation plan should also include staff training and the implementation of strict company policies to be followed by all employees and enforced by department managers and team leaders.