How secure are your infrastructure and its applications? What data and systems are exposed to potential attacks from insiders, online attackers, or someone who has already penetrated the perimeter? What is the impact on your business and your customers when data is stolen or exposed to the world? The main purpose of a penetration test is to identify security misconfigurations and vulnerabilities, which could potentially be exploited by an attacker. We provide information on how to mitigate these vulnerabilities to help you reduce your business risks.
While attackers have no time or budget constraints, your applications are tied to a budget and a target release date. These constraints create the need for security testing, performed within an acceptable time frame, without affecting your release cycles.
The aim is to discover weaknesses in your security approach. We meticulously test your environment or a dedicated application. Our ethical hackers have years of experience testing the security of applications and networks built on a wide variety of technologies and customers of all sizes and sectors. This strong focus and high expertise are our main differentiator of value and effectiveness. A balanced mix of expertise within our team allows us to conduct various technical assessments profoundly and professionally, including penetration testing of web and mobile applications, public and internal infrastructure, Wi-Fi and specialized hardware, as well as advanced red-teaming.As a result, you have an in-depth evaluation of your enterprise digital service’s security posture and attack resilience by experienced ethical hackers.
How secure are your infrastructure and its applications? What is the impact for your business and your clients, when data is stolen or exposed to the world?
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"Corporations understand the value of security because the leakage of their competitive information could be the end of the corporation."