Our service helps businesses identify the security gaps in computer system, network system, network nodes, firewalls and other computer applications to provide a clearer picture of the susceptibilities in an IT infrastructure.
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Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) provide value through early gap analysis of your company’s computer systems and IT infrastructure. These vulnerabilities and security gaps can then be mitigated to secure your confidential information.
A mark of excellence and credibility, our CREST-certified senior pen-testers provide Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing service of high quality and technical standards.
By gathering intelligence beforehand, CSIntelligence emulates exploits for vulnerabilities to truly simulate real-world attacks against your company's IT and data. The penetration test involves simulation of security attacks to determine faults in the network design. Moreover, our test can identify hidden vulnerabilities difficult to be detected by scanning tools. Using the results obtained, we will analyse and diagnose the level of resilience within the organisation's systems and business operations.
In addition to the technical report generated by the scanning tools, our trained pen-testers will create reports with proposed workarounds and alternative solutions for possible and existing vulnerabilities found.
A mainstream solution such as patching may appear to be impossible or too cumbersome at times due to operational requirements. The workarounds suggested by our security pen-testers will provide a second option for your organisation should you face any difficulties when addressing the situation.
A Vulnerability Assessment systematically reviews your organisation’s IT infrastructure. It identifies weaknesses in your online networks and systems, determines the severity of these vulnerabilities and offers a list of solutions to help mitigate these vulnerabilities. Vulnerability Assessments can include network-based scans, host-based scans, wireless scans and database scans.
Penetration testing, also known as pen test or ethical testing, simulates a cyber attack against your computer systems to ascertain its defenses against actual malicious attacks. White hat penetration testers use tools and strategies to try to manipulate and gain access to internal and external networks, websites and applications.
If organisations do not have security policies and systems in place, or an incident reponse team on hand, to deal with an attack – systems can be easily breached and lead to data compromised or major financial impacts.