Basic Penetration Testing
Smarttech247’s Basic Penetration Testing services help organisations remain compliant by making sure that their network’s configuration and patch management are up-to-date. We take proactive and fully authorised attempts to improve your security by simulating an exploit and exploring potentially vulnerable areas.
Full Penetration Testing
Smarttech247’s Full Penetration Testing services evaluate an organisation’s network, applications, endpoints and internal/external attempts to infiltrate its security points. Complementing the basic penetration tests, we will dive deeper into your network’s infrastructure to provide a full overview of vulnerable and compromised areas that hackers could exploit.
Take a look at our range of penetration testing services and contact our experts today to request a free consultation!
What do our penetration testing services help you address?
- The risks to your organisation
- Compliance to ISO27001, SOX, HIPAA, GDPR, NIST/DFARS and more
- What to do in case a hacker finds their way into your network
Network Penetration Testing - Internal / External
We’ll strengthen your network against cyber-attacks with our penetration testing services.
Maintaining a secure network infrastructure and application environment is the best reason to undergo Network & Application Penetration Testing. Additionally, Network Penetration Testing satisfies Requirement for the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), EU GDPR, NIST, ISO27001, and more when performed against your information security environment.
Network Penetration Testing is also an optimal solution for safeguarding your protected health information (PHI), helping you to address your HIPAA and HITECH requirements.
External penetration testing helps identify and exploit vulnerabilities on systems, services and applications exposed to the Internet.
Internal penetration testing emulate a malicious insider or an attacker that has gained access to an end user’s system, including escalating privileges, installing custom crafted malware and/or exfiltrating faux critical data
To provide this service, Smarttech247 simulate the tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) of real-world attackers targeting your high-risk cyber assets. Our deep knowledge of advanced persistent threat (APT) attacker behaviour can help you:
- Determine whether your critical data is actually at risk
- Identify and mitigate complex security vulnerabilities before an attacker exploits them
- Gain insight into attacker motivations and targets
- Get quantitative results that help measure the risk associated with your critical assets
- Identify and mitigate vulnerabilities and misconfigurations that could lead to future compromise
Vulnerability Scanning and Audit
Vulnerability scanning identifies potential harmful vulnerabilities, so that you can remediate processes to ensure network security.
Some mistakenly believe vulnerability scanning is the same thing as a professional penetration test. Here’s the difference: A vulnerability scan is automated, while a penetration test includes a live person actually digging into your network’s complexities.
A vulnerability scan only identifies vulnerabilities, while a penetration tester digs deeper to identify the root cause of the vulnerability that allows access to secure systems or stored sensitive data.
Vulnerability scans and penetration tests work together to improve network security. Vulnerability scans offer great weekly, monthly, or quarterly insight into your network security, while penetration tests offer a more thorough examination of your network security.
The Smarttech247 security team delivers expertise, experience and perspective required to address your security, risk and compliance concerns. Having a clear idea as to what you are trying to accomplish will ensure you get the service you really need.
Web Application Penetration Testing
Web applications have become highly advanced and widely used in organisations. Advanced vulnerabilities can infiltrate even the most sophisticated web applications leaving your organisation exposed. The Smarttech247 Web Application Penetration Testing services help you asses the current web application security, protect sensitive data and stay compliant.
Wireless Network Penetration Testing
Securing Your Wireless World
Smarttech247’s Wireless Security Assessment is designed around the unique considerations of your wireless architecture, configuration, and devices. We use it to evaluate the strength of the security surrounding your wireless networks.
Through the testing, we will:
- Identify your wireless networks.
- Evaluate wireless security controls, including user/computer management and authentication.
- Analyse the strength of wireless encryption schemes.
- Assess the configuration of wireless access points and wireless cards.
- Attempt to exploit the vulnerabilities we find.
- Provide recommendations for mitigating the vulnerabilities we’ve discovered.
Our Red Team provide a comprehensive threat and vulnerability/penetration assessments. Red teaming is essential to securing your organisation’s assets. Our multidisciplinary approach looks at security from every angle to find risk — from the physical environment to the human element to the role of technology.
WHY DO YOU NEED RED TEAM PENETRATION TESTING?
The penetration testing should attempt to exploit security vulnerabilities and weaknesses throughout the environment, attempting to penetrate both at the network level and key applications. The goal of penetration testing is to determine if unauthorised access to key systems and files can be achieved.
A secure code review is a specialised task involving manual and/or automated review of an application’s source code in an attempt to identify security-related weaknesses (flaws) in the code. Secure code review is an important of your SDLC (Software Development Lifecycle) process. If you need assistance with your secure code review, contact our experts today!
No matter how strong your information security is or how technologically advanced systems you use, people will always be the weakest link. Social engineering is the “hacking” of people – if any code is too difficult to break it may be simpler to “ask” the right person.
There are many additional attack vectors when social engineering techniques are part of a Pentest, including Spear Phishing, Spoofing Emails, Malicious USB attacks etc.
At Smarttech247, we provide a range of social engineering attack techniques within our penetration testing services. If you’re not sure whether you need them, drop us an email and we will help you to choose the right service.