Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Assessment Services

IT Infrastructures are of ever more importance to businesses and individuals alike. Unfortunately Cyber crime is on the increase as well. A recent study from the Gartner Group TM reveals that:

red Most IT Systems have security vulnerabilities
red Most attacks are being carried out against Applications

What is Penetration Testing?

A Penetration Test is a method of evaluating computer and network security by simulating an attack on a computer system or network from external and internal threats. The same tools, know-how and methodologies are being used, as malicious hackers would employ.

The difference to a real attack is the fact that testing is done with the explicit written consent of the client and the purpose is to produce a comprehensive report and to close down security holes, before a real attacker can exploit them. As of summer 2013, we managed to break into 95% of our customer systems we were tasked to test.

Are Your IT Systems really secure?

Please take a moment and ask yourself the following questions:

red What would happen if someone would steal your electonic property?
red Would you face legal actions if confidential customer data was stolen?
red How much IT downtime could your business tolerate to stay commercially viable?
red What would happen, if you are not compliant to compliance regulations?


Don’t wait until you become a Cyber Crime victim!


Business network infrastructure is rapidly changing with new servers, services, ports and connections on a continual and sometimes daily frequency. With the growing number of vulnerabilities and exploits associated with the continual evolution of IT infrastructures, organizations now require more frequent Penetration Tests. These assessments must naturally be performed with the latest of vulnerability knowledge and expertise.

How our Service works?

We charge based on the number of IP addresses / machines / Web Applications to be tested. Please contact us and we will provide you with a free consultation call.

Who Should Get a Penetration Test?

green Business who use IT systems of any kind, hold confidential data or information
green Businesses who don’t want lawsuits from clients, when data has been stolen
green Businesses who have fallen victim to an attack and don’t want to wait for the next one
green Businesses who must comply to Industrial and/or Government Compliance regulations
green Businesses who have heard that competitors already had to face a Cyber attack

How often should you get a Penetration Test?

Security is a never-ending process, as IT technologies and attack methods constantly evolve. Dependent on the nature of your business and threat level towards your vertical market, we advice on a 2 to 4 times a year recurrence cycle.

1. Network Penetration Testing

Penetration testing or sometimes referred to as “Ethical Hacking” is a security testing service that focuses on locating flaws in your networks, infrastructure and overall architecture (i.e. Servers and other Networking components). Tests involve active exploitation of vulnerabilities.


2. Web Application Penetration Testing

More than 70% of all technical attacks are aimed at the Application layer. This service examines your web applications from a coding and implementation flaw perspective, but also looks at other issues like SQL injection and cross-site-scripting, involving active exploitation of vulnerabilities.


3. Wireless Penetration Testing

Wireless Penetration Testing covers all dangers posed by Wireless Networks. The audits contain attempts to crack Wifi passwords, include the set up of rogue access points, a variety of man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks and Denial of Service Testing.


 4. Mobile Application Penetration Testing

Mobile Web Applications are becoming ever more popular. From productivity Apps and Navigation Apps to Gaming Apps with in-App purchases. Our audits will uncover flaws in traffic flows, coding vulnerabilities and other potential weaknesses.


 5. Social Engineering

Social Engineering is the art of tricking the human user in giving out confidential information about the company either willingly or unintentionally. Social Engineering is perform by electronic means, over the phone or in person.


6. Vulnerability Assessments

Vulnerability Assessments are a cost effective alternative to Penetration Tests. The only difference is that we are not going to actively exploit encountered vulnerabilities. We offer Network, Web Application, Cloud and SDLC Vulnerability Testing.


7. PCI Scanning & Consulting

We assist you in PCI Audit preparations  by scanning your components according to the PCI framework and provides detailed PCI-DSS Pass or Fail information in a comprehensive report. In addition to our managed scanning services we also offer PCI Consulting Services.


8. Credit Card Scanning

In this assessment, we scan your machines for unprotected (clear text) credit card information held in files and folders.


9. BYOD Mobile Scanning

We perform vulnerability, PCI and credit card scans on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.


10. Cyber Intelligence Services

Did you hear about the dark web? This is where are lot of the illegal hacking activity goes on. Has confidential data leaked out already? Are hackers planning to attack your business? Have you unintentionally shared too much information with Google? We provide you high class reports around threats to your business.


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Penetration Testing Benefits

Find & Fix Vulnerabilities
Become compliant to regulations
Don't become a Cyber Crime victim
Be pro-active instead of re-active
Don't wait until a breach happens