We’ll perform a thorough scan of all the devices on your network, looking for any security holes or weak spots that could be exploited by hackers in order to gain access to your data. We’ll also look at all the systems that are connected to the internet, whether they be servers or desktop PCs.
We do this by using a variety of tools and techniques including software, hardware, and manual analysis. Our experts will then perform a detailed evaluation of the results and provide recommendations for protecting against any vulnerabilities identified during penetration testing. Our LAN Security Testing ensures the following Methodology:
If Solutions and Organisations are left un-protected or under-protected, it allows for hackers to easily access sensitive information without being observed and re-use the stolen data for wrong-doing or purposes for which the User has not given permission to.
A serious attack could result into a denial of delivery of Service, ransom demands or complete loss of Data. This will result into loss of Credibility, damage claims by Clients, loss of future Business
Technical Security and General Security.
Technical Security pertains to protection of the Platform/Product/Solution/Servers from attacks.
General Security pertains to implementing Organisation wide processes to prevent attacks from being successful
Approximately 1.25 months excluding remediation activity.
We do not remediate but do provide explanation on how to remediate the Vulnerabilities. Fixing them is your responsibility.
Network vulnerability assessments and penetration testing are ways that companies can find out how secure their IT networks are. Vulnerability assessments are the first step towards determining whether or not a company has been hacked, and penetration tests determine the extent of a hacker’s access to a network after they have gained entry. Network vulnerability assessments allow you to see what potential security problems exist in your network and fix them before hackers do so. Penetration tests help you understand how vulnerable your network is if it gets hacked.
Some of the most common Network Vulnerabilities are:
The first step is to collect information about the systems on your network. You can do this by reviewing documentation, interviewing employees and scanning and performing an audit of active devices on your network. The more information you have at this point, the better off you’ll be when it comes time to identify vulnerabilities.
Once you have that information in hand, you can start looking for vulnerabilities and figuring out what needs fixing. This involves using software tools like Nmap or Nessus to scan for open ports on your systems—but keep in mind that these tools aren’t perfect! They might miss some open ports or misidentify others as closed ones. That’s why it’s important not only to use them but also to take other steps like performing vulnerability assessments manually (that means physically checking every system on your network).
There are many ways a hacker can find network vulnerabilities. They can use a scanner to look for open ports on the server and then try to exploit those ports. In addition, they can look at the header information of packets and see if they are allowed to send requests to that port. If not, they will try to gain access by sending packets with fake headers.
Another way hackers find network vulnerabilities is by looking for specific servers that have known vulnerabilities. For example, there is a list of web servers that have been known to have security holes that allow them to be compromised. Hackers will search this list and try to exploit these known flaws in order to gain access to your server or network.
A third way hackers search for vulnerabilities is by using brute force attacks against your server or network; they may also use dictionary attacks which involve trying thousands of passwords at once until one works!