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Penetration testing is the only way to fully ensure that your site is impenetrable from external attacks and that you are able to demonstrate cyber security. The purpose of the analysis is to simulate an attack to assess your immunity level, discover vulnerabilities and provide recommendations and guidelines to make your IT infrastructure secure.
Each test results produces two high level reports: a technical report for IT personnel and a management report aimed at directors and investors which details the high risk, medium risk and low risk vulnerabilities detected.
The reports discuss in detail the relevant issues and routes that can be used by attackers to compromise and gain unauthorised access to sensitive information. Each issue highlighted includes an overview, analysis and security guidelines, which – if followed correctly – will enable the confidentiality and integrity of your systems and applications.
Xyone offers certified and professional penetration testing services on a recurring, managed basis to provide ongoing security and reassurance for your business. Our in-depth pen test reports are written and analysed by our Certified Ethical Hackers (CEH) who can personally advise on the type and nature of vulnerabilities found within your web applications, networks or devices.
We follow leading industry methodologies, such as OWASP and ISECOM's Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM) so that you can be safe in the knowledge of the accuracy and integrity of our work.
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.
Mobile penetration testing covers off the threats encountered through using devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets to access networks and databases whilst away from the office environment.
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...