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As flexible working methods become more commonplace, providing employees with devices that they can use to access valuable and critical data whilst away from the office – or allowing them to use their own personal devices to access them – can present a number of security issues. If implemented correctly, a company-wide encryption guide and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy may reduce the risks of off-site security breaches posed by mobility.
Mobile penetration testing will identify any vulnerabilities within the mobile infrastructure of your business. The reports generated will present the issues found and the potential effects on the web applications, network and software if these issues are not addressed. Identifying, evaluating and covering off the risks and vulnerabilities of your mobile applications should be an essential part of the security policies of any organisation that employs home and mobile working procedures.
It is vital that our clients undertake a retest as part of their penetration test service. This is to ensure that all vulnerabilities have had the necessary controls applied and are no longer at risk of exploitation.
Retests are always clearly quoted within our proposal documentation and each retest scans all of the areas originally identified as risks in our original penetration test report.
A vulnerability assessment identifies any major issues within your systems. Less in depth than a manual penetration test and conducted using approved scanning software, a vulnerability assessment will test a cross section of your IT infrastructu...
Web Application Penetration Testing will identify vulnerabilities within your website which could be accessed through online cyber attacks. An exploitation can result in the theft of information and irreparable damage to your systems.
Network Penetration Testing goes beyond vulnerability scanning and evaluates the security of a system, attempts to expose and exploit the vulnerabilities and weaknesses through a simulated attack.
The safety of your company’s assets depends on the security of your cloud-based infrastructure just as much as your in-house IT environment; therefore security should be a key consideration when selecting a cloud services provider.
Databases hold valuable business assets such as sensitive customer data, payment card details, product and pricing data, employee records, blueprints, intellectual property and supplier information. Should this data end up on the wrong hands or be co...
VOIP (Voice Over IP) is the methodology of conducting voice calls and messages through an internet based network. VOIP is a particular area of concern with regards to security due to the potential for confidential data harvesting through recordi...