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Every sector has differing compliance and security testing needs and requirements. Our Cyber Testing Consultants take the time to tailor the correct testing to help your business to become cyber resilient. Our main areas of security testing are provided to the industries shown below:
- Defense & Aerospace
- Postal & Logistics
Can I afford Security Testing?
Our base entry Vulnerability Scanning start from just £595. Full blown Pentesting from £1995 upwards.
What’s the difference between penetration testing and vulnerability assessments?
The two services, whilst very different, are equally as important where cyber security is concerned. Regular vulnerability tests can be run quickly against new builds or networks on a regular (monthly) basis to allow you to patch any vulnerabilities that come to light. Leaving a single vulnerability unchecked on a single device could theoretically compromise your entire infrastructure. Whereas an annual penetration test can offer you a detailed report of your entire security posture, including your susceptibility to soical engineering.
What are the benefits of a penetration test & why is penetration testing so important?
It’s recommended that businesses perform penetration tests at least annually or whenever a significant change is made to the environment.
Certain compliance packages, such as PCI DSS certification, make regular penetration tests mandatory. Put simply, if you want good security, you need a comprehensive penetration test.
- Stay ahead of the Hackers
- Take control of your environment & infrastructure
- Improve your security resilience
- Excellent Risk Management
- Regulatory requirement to do so
- Protection your business
What are the different types of penetration test?
There are several types of penetration testing that can be defined as either black, white or grey box testing.
Black box testing
Black box testing is the closest simulation of real-world hacking in that the tester will know very little, if anything about the target other than what is publicly available. These are often the least time-consuming tests as it relies solely on the tester discovering vulnerabilities in outwardly facing components.
White box testing
White box testing offers the most thorough security test in which the tester has a full understanding of the application or infrastructure, how it works and has access from various levels. It’s likely that they’ll even have access to the source code or have a full detailed map of the internal infrastructure.
Grey box testing
Grey box testing is a blend of black and white box testing and is often the most popular type of test. The tester will have a limited knowledge of the target, potentially including some documentation. They will often have basic user level access, allowing for partial testing of the target’s internals.
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