Network Penetration Testing
Our Network Penetration Testing Service Approach
Our Network Penetration Testing service replicates how a skilled and determined attacker will scour the network in search of vulnerable components.
Network Penetration testing can also be used to assess weaknesses in security processes or security countermeasures such as firewalls.
Types of Network Penetration Testing
Internal network penetration testing
An internal network penetration test is performed inside a network to help gauge whether an employee or external contractor could successfully conduct an insider attack,
and the potential damage such an attack could cause taking the viewpoint of an attacker who has gained access to your internal corporate network or a malicious
low privilege staff member already on your network.
External Network Penetration Testing
An external network penetration test is designed to assess the effectiveness of perimeter security controls as well as identify weaknesses affecting all others. External facing systems, such as web server, mail, and FTP servers, taking the view of an attacker on the Internet targeting your business’s Internet presence.
Our Approach to Network Penetration Testing
Vulnerabilities that we Usually Identify During Network Pentest:
- Weak security controls
- Poorly configured firewall rules
- Unpatched operating systems
- Insider privilege misuse
- Software flaws
- Malware presence
- Open ports
- Session management