All organizations are just a single data breach away from being the lead story on the news and social media, which can severely damage an organization's brand reputation. Regular security assessments helps in identifying your most significant vulnerabilities. You can thus focus on targeting opportunities for improvement that offer the highest return on investment.
Infopercept's Technical Assessment Services provides key "inputs" of a security roadmap; where a thorough cyber security assessment evaluates your organizations's technology, policies, and awareness.
In order to understand the security needs of an organization, it is important to study in depth the organization's profile and its vulnerable areas. Infopercept's Security Assessment Services delivers the best possible service by using a combination of standardized methodologies along with it's own internal processes.
Our security assessment consists of a number of key areas. The primary one is to create a core assessment team followed by other steps such as reviewing the existing security policies, understanding the threat areas and vulnerabilities, estimating the impact, penetration testing and social engineering.
Infopercept is a global leader in web application penetration testing; finding bugs in a number of programming languages and environments. Our security specialists have helped protect data all over the world, from webapps in highly scalable AWS environments to legacy apps in conventional infrastructure.
Network protection – and network penetration testing by extension – is changing as rapidly as the infrastructure on which it is designed. For penetration testing services that go beyond a basic vulnerability detector, you need industry experts.
Today, both business and public organisations are using mobile apps in new and compelling ways, from banking applications to healthcare platforms. Managing security risks is a growing challenge on these platforms, with new vulnerabilities being identified on a daily basis. Is your mobile app safe from attackers?
Red Team Engagements are extremely focused evaluations that attempt to exploit sensitive data properties in the network by exploiting the vast reach that an external intruder may have had. Unlike the conventional penetration test, where our security experts are attempting to identify and exploit some potential vulnerabilities in a given scope—such as a web application—these commitments mimic a real cyber assault on the company.
Each programming language has its own unique properties. Python is built for readability, Java is "write-one-run-everywhere" and C programmes must handle their own memory management. Similarly, each language has security features that must be considered during a comprehensive analysis of the source code.
Phishing seeks to extract personal information or access from the end person by coercive communications. This type of interaction is especially efficient, since attackers will also exploit public information to generate convincing emails while impersonating somebody trustworthy—maybe even individuals inside the target company.
Vishing – or Voice Phishing – is a social engineering assessment that relies on calling on target audiences to acquire or access classified information. With a more intimate approach over the phone, this individual attack vector is much more successful than phishing, it is the counterpart of an email. . . Employees who need to interact with the public, such as bank tellers and support desk workers, may be especially at risk.
Penetration monitoring on the AWS cloud is special, with its own range of security requirements. Although certain flaws are mitigated by Amazon's protection policies, many businesses are vulnerable to the complexities of these services. One of the best aspects of AWS is the tremendous versatility offered to users in setting up the environment. Although versatility is a wonderful thing to have, it is also a major security issue.