Penetrating testing uncovers your hidden security risks by systematically testing your system’s defenses and exposing your vulnerabilities. At Cyber Underwriters, we assist you in strengthening the security of your cyber assets through different types of penetration testing.
During vulnerability and penetration testing, Cyber Underwriters utilizes the best penetration testing tools to simulate attacks targeting your cyber assets. Through these tools, we interpret the results of the test, remove irrelevant findings, and further investigate any significant issues. In addition to determining whether you are at risk, we also give you quantitative results to measure your risk and assist you in mitigating any vulnerabilities.
Many kinds of advanced penetration testing can be customized to fit your company’s unique needs. Below are some of the penetration testing services that Cyber Underwriters’ offers to help you protect your assets.
External Penetration Testing (Black Box Testing): Identifies and exploits any vulnerabilities on your services, applications, or systems exposed to the internet.
Internal Penetration Testing (White Box Testing): Simulates a malicious attacker accessing your end user’s system (including installing malware and escalating privileges).
Social Engineering: Attempts to assess your security controls through human manipulation (phone calls, emails, physical access, and media drops).
ICS Penetration: Combines an ICS expert’s knowledge with penetration testing to show the extent of what a hacker could access, exploit, and manipulate on your ICS/SCADA systems.
Internal Network: Acts as a malicious inside hacker and examines your network for vulnerabilities from misconfigurations and unpatched systems.
Wireless: Tests the security of your guest wireless network, gathers and tries to crack Pre-Shared Keys, exploits insecure technologies, and finds any rogue access points.
Web Application: Looks to discover private systems and customer information on your web applications by using vectors like file path traversal and SQL injection.
IoT and Embedded: Performs fuzzing techniques against your system to find potential vulnerabilities.
Web Application Assessments: Evaluates your mobile and web applications for vulnerabilities that could potentially lead to data exposure and unauthorized access.
Mobile Application Assessments: Assesses the security of your installed applications and mobile devices (including company cell phones and newly developed mobile apps).
Wireless Technology Assessments: Determines the security of your wireless solution and how safe your data is in transit.
Embedded Device and IoT Assessments: Attempts to exploit embedded firmware, control your devices, or modify data sent from your devices.
SOAP & REST API: Tests to see if calls from mobile and web applications can operate without proper documentation.
Cloud Computing: Works with your cloud provider to ensure your penetration test is thorough by including any of their additional functionalities.
Contact Cyber Underwriters today to learn how you can get a customized penetration testing report for your company.