As hackers become more and more sophisticated, corporate security officers and regulators become more aware of the need to integrate the hacker’s perspective into their ongoing cyber defense strategy.
Traditionally, penetration testing has been completed manually by service firms, deploying expensive labor to uncover hidden vulnerabilities and produce lengthy reports, with little transparency along the way.
Professional services-based penetration testing, as we know it today, is time consuming, intrusive, costly, represents a point in time snapshot, and cannot comply with the need for continuous security validation within a dynamic IT environment.
Focused on the inside threat, our unique solution mimics the hacker’s attack – automating the discovery of vulnerabilities and performing ethical exploits, while ensuring an disrupted network operation. Detailed reports are produced together with proposed remediation’s, one step ahead of tomorrow’s malicious hacker.
Agentless – Zero agent installations or network configurations. Penetration testing starts with physical LAN access without any credentials. Just like a hacker would.
Harmless Exploits – Like a hacker, we perform ethical exploitation’s without disruption of service: e.g. lateral movement, remote execution, relay attacks, password cracking, ethical malware injection and privilege escalation.
Attack Vector Visibility – Every step in the attack vector is presented and reported in detail to document and explain the attack “kill chain” and select the minimal amount of vulnerabilities to stop the attack.
Automated – Press ‘Play’ and get busy doing other things while the penetration test progresses. All you need to do is define a range of IPs and check the type of tests you want to perform
Attack Checkpoints – For mission-critical systems, a company’s security officer can assume discrete control for higher-order exploitative stages to selectively control the intrusiveness level of the attack
Prioritized remediation – Get a clear packaged summary of the critical remediation steps to perform based on threat-facing priorities that are relevant to your organizational network and critical assets.
Latest Hacking Techniques – Know that your penetration testing techniques are the most up-to-date
Custom Business Alerts – You can set any starting point and penetration testing target and run a targeted attack testing for a specific weakness or for the cyber resilience of specific applications