Ascertain what your infrastructure looks like to a hacker.
How does a hacker see vulnerabilities in a network or website? What do they look for first? AsTech employs Certified Ethical Hackers (C|EH certification) to understand the hacking mindset. Whether the target is a network, a web application, or mobile device/application combination, our security experts know how to probe and analyze to uncover even the newest vulnerabilities.
Penetration testing is a valuable tool to help you identify information security vulnerabilities in your web application, network, ATM, mobile device/network or any IOT-related device. A typical penetration test uses a combination of automated tools and manual techniques, and is performed by a highly skilled ethical hacker who attempts to gain unauthorized access to a target application or network via the internet.
There are multiple penetration testing scenarios and that’s why it’s important to understand your goals carefully when you establish the scope of an assessment with a vendor. Are you looking to achieve compliance with some industry or regulatory standard, such as PCI DSS or HIPAA? Or are you looking for a more in-depth understanding of the vulnerabilities and risks associated with your environment to improve the security of a critical information asset? There’s no wrong answer, but you’re probably already aware that compliance isn’t the same thing as security. In either scenario, AsTech’s consultants can help you converge on the right answer for your business.
This test focuses on web facing applications, whether internal or externally accessible. AsTech will identify and, if desired, exploit any vulnerabilities found by static tool and manual testing. We can perform this function in a controlled (test) environment or in the production realm.
In the network penetration test, our skilled assessors will attempt to breach your perimeter defenses using automated and manual tests and identify any weaknesses in those defenses. These tests can be performed with no internal knowledge (black), some internal knowledge (gray) or as a known entity (white).
The purpose of this penetration test is to try to breach a ATM network. AsTech will identify and, if desired, exploit any vulnerabilities found by static tool and manual testing. We can perform this function in a controlled (test) environment or in the production realm.
In a mobile penetration test, AsTech will attempt to breach a mobile device(s) and or network using a combination of static and manual testing. This can be performed in a controlled, test environment or “in the wild”, a real live environment.
AsTech can perform penetration test services against any IOT device attempting to identify and exploit any flaws in the devices’ OS or configuration. We use a combination of static and manual tests to complete this testing and provide a detailed report of our findings.