Traditional penetration testing methods often fail to provide the robust, year-round defence your business requires. The predictable patterns and repetitive formulae can restrict innovative insights, overlook critical areas and lead to formulaic reporting that might miss emerging threats.
At CyberOne, we don’t settle for the status quo. Our penetration testing services continuously evolve to keep pace with the rapidly changing cyber security landscape.
We customise our penetration testing to match your specific business environment, ensuring a comprehensive and up-to-date defence system that truly protects your valuable digital assets.
Our penetration testing service analyses both internal and external threats to your network, giving you a 360-degree view of your cyber security posture and leaving no stone unturned.
Internal Penetration Testing is an essential part of a robust cyber security framework. The process simulates an insider attack, giving us insights into what could potentially be achieved with initial access to your network.
Whether it’s a disgruntled employee or an unintentional action leading to a breach, internal penetration testing uncovers these vulnerabilities. By mimicking these scenarios, our penetration testing services can identify weaknesses within your system, providing a clear path to strengthen your internal defences.
External Penetration Testing is a critical component in safeguarding your company’s digital perimeter. Our penetration testing services simulate attacks to evaluate your security controls and identify vulnerabilities in your internet-facing assets.
We aim to uncover potential weak points before they are exploited by malicious entities. Our penetration testing process provides us with a comprehensive view of your organisation’s cyber security posture from an outsider’s perspective, enabling us to enhance defences against real-world threats.
We follow a meticulous, multi-step penetration testing process to ensure we identify and address every potential vulnerability in your network.
We work with you closely to define the scope of the penetration test.
We use publicly available information to build intelligence that could be used to compromise your business.
We conduct a full assessment of your network infrastructure to gain a complete picture of your organisation’s attack surface.
We perform and in-depth audit of applications residing on target hosts to identify security vulnerabilities to exploit.
We attack vulnerabilities to gain access into your systems and data.
We attack further assets by leveraging compromised systems.
We remove testing data from your systems.
Our experts write an in-depth penetration test report with clear recommendations and guidance for remediation, available for delivery in written, virtual or face-to-face formats.
The landscape of cyber threats isn’t what it used to be. With the rise of hybrid working, shifting business infrastructures and advanced threats from nation-state actors, the traditional once-a-year penetration testing simply doesn’t cut it anymore. It’s time for your penetration testing strategy to adapt and evolve.
It’s not just about increasing the frequency or speeding up the process, but also about embracing automation, refining methodologies and aligning more closely with your business needs. Explore our insights and advice in this quick read on how you can step up your penetration testing game.
With CyberOne penetration testing, we evaluate your networks, applications, endpoints and users against both internal and the latest external threats. The insights gleaned from our penetration tests enable you to shore up your security strategy and plug any holes in your system.
Risk assessments, complemented by comprehensive penetration testing, enable you to stay proactive in identifying and managing potential vulnerabilities. By adopting a continuous assessment strategy, you are taking the essential steps to mitigate risk and ensure maximum protection for your digital assets.
Whenever you integrate new technologies or expand your organisation, your security profile changes. With Penetration testing, it helps to reveal any potential weak spots or security misalignments that may leave your systems exposed. Stay ahead of the threats and ensure your evolving infrastructure remains well protected.
Penetration testing consistently identifies areas of weakness in need of remediation. Armed with the insights from the penetration test report, your organisation can determine necessary improvements, shaping a plan to reduce exposure to risks.
Inheriting an IT network through business acquisition introduces fresh risks. Comprehensive penetration testing swiftly pinpoints pressing issues that need resolution. Additional security assessments are strongly recommended prior to merging systems or transferring data.
If you’re aware of issues that need remediation, but struggle to get the sign-off on additional spending, penetration testing offers clear, compelling evidence to bolster your argument. The results help to direct funds towards the most critical issues and serve as a starting point for discussions around other important but less immediate concerns.
Penetration testing fosters trust from current and potential clients. It demonstrates your active efforts to reduce the risk of a breach, using an independent third party to examine your security protocols.
For certain industries, penetration testing isn’t optional; it’s a necessity. These penetration tests serve as evidence that you’re actively maintaining a robust cyber security posture and managing potential risks. Not only will this help you stay compliant, but it also assures your stakeholders that their data is being handled with utmost care and security.
In a strategic partnership, Elcoin engaged CyberOne to validate and enhance their cyber security posture. Leveraging our banking sector expertise, CyberOne provided a comprehensive penetration testing service.
This included pre-engagement analysis, vulnerability identification and exploitation, grey box penetration testing and detailed reporting. The outcome was a robust and secure Elcoin, confidently prepared for the evolving challenges of the fintech industry.
“We approached a lot of companies and CyberOne was the only one that fully matched our requirements.
Our account manager helped us pick the most appropriate service and was on hand to support throughout. We had direct contact with the tester, enabling us to easily adjust the testing mid-flight as required. The reports he produced were detailed but also clear to understand without going too technical. The quality of the service delivered everything we expected, with the whole testing efficient and cost effective.”
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Penetration testing, also known as a pen test, is a security assessment technique where authorised individuals simulate real-world attacks on computer systems, networks, or applications to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses that hackers could exploit.
Penetration testing helps organisations identify security vulnerabilities and assesses their overall security posture. Penetration testing identifies weaknesses in systems and applications allowing organisations to improve their overall security.
The frequency of penetration testing depends on various factors, including the size of the organisation, the industry, the sensitivity of data, and the rate of change in the environment. It is generally recommended to conduct penetration testing annually or whenever significant changes occur in the system or network.
Penetration testing provides organisations with several benefits, we have listed a few below:
Penetration testing should be conducted by professionals who follow strict rules of engagement and ethics to minimise the risk of damage. However, there is always a small potential for unintended consequences. It is crucial to work with experienced testers who take precautions and obtain proper authorisation to minimise any potential risks.
The duration of a penetration test varies based on the size and complexity of the target system, network, or application. It can range from a few days to several weeks, depending on the scope of the assessment. The timeframe is typically agreed in advance with the penetration testing service provider.