Penetration Testing

Let us exploit your weaknesses so cyber-criminals can't

How do you know where to improve your cyber security if you’ve never experienced a cyber-attack, which would ultimately, highlight your security vulnerabilities? We can simulate a cyber-attack without the malicious intent using the same techniques and tools a real hacker would use. Only then will you ever truly know which security flaws need to be urgently fixed and how your staff will react to a live attack.

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    Simulate a cyber-attack without the malicious intent
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    Highlight your security flaws
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    Find out how your staff will react to a live attack
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    Easy to understand penetration reports with security recommendations
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    CREST and Tigerscheme accredited

Be proactive not reactive

Businesses can no longer afford to react to a cyber-attack, as it can be too detrimental to their organisation. A report by the Institute of Directors (IoD) and Barclay’s revealed that 56% of businesses wouldn’t be able to survive a cyber-attack. Successful companies need to be proactive towards cyber-threats. So, where do you start?

Our penetration tests simulate a live cyber-attack without the very serious threat a cyber-hacker would pose. This will not only highlight key security gaps that will need to be addressed, but it also acts as a test to see how your staff react in a live environment of being attacked.

By taking this proactive approach of testing a cyber-attack, it will better prepare your staff and procedures on how to react to an attack, if it was to happen to your business.

How we go about performing a cyber-attack

Our experts will attempt to penetrate your network by safely exploiting any vulnerabilities found. Our Penetration Testers will utilise the same techniques and tools a real hacker would use, but of course without the malicious intent.

These tests can be performed either with partial internal access (grey) or from an external location to replicate a real hack (black box).

Once tested, our Penetration Report will provide a clear picture of the status of your infrastructure and we’ll identify deviations from best practice, clear explanation of the risks, comprehensive remedial advice and a set of recommendations to improve your cyber security moving forward.

Cyber Accredited

Of course, performing any simulated cyber-attack will highlight sensitive areas of your business. This is why when you’re looking for a cyber security partner to perform your penetration test, always make sure that you’re working alongside a fully cyber accredited body. This will highlight that the organisation testing your business is using ethical and secure methods which will offer you peace of mind. CyberGuard has been awarded both CREST and Tigerscheme certifications.

CREST

CREST is a not-for-profit, internationally recognised accreditation body within the cyber security industry. We are CREST accredited for our penetration testing, which provides evidence that our security professionals demonstrate knowledge, skills and competence. It also offers evidence from an independent, verifiable third-party assessment that CyberGuard provides the highest standard of testing and work to the pinnacle of professional ethics.

Tigerscheme

We're proud to be a member of Tigerscheme, which is a commercial certification for technical security specialists backed by University standards and approved by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). This certification gives our customers, looking for security services, confidence that they are working with a recognised and reputable company.

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“One can never totally relax in making sure that our systems are secure, the annual penetration tests highlight any new vulnerabilities, and these are then rectified. It’s important to the business knowing vulnerabilities are managed effectively as any breaches could have a serious impact on our ability to operate and this in turn would result in a loss of confidence in us from our customer base. These are vital to our security and give us greater awareness on how we go about our business which is one of the reasons why we outsourced our IT security.”

Joseph Ash

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