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Uncover potential vulnerabilities in your applications through penetration tests, simulating the same behaviours of cyber criminals.

Penetration Testing


A penetration test or pen test is an authorized simulated attack performed on a computer system to evaluate its security.

Penetration testers emulate what would happen in real attacks by employing Tactics, Techniques, Processes and Tools used in the wild by cybercriminals.

Challenges for Organisations

  • Organisations that do not perform periodic intrusion testing are unable to identify, understand and remediate existing security vulnerabilities in their ecosystem 

  • Some organisations rely only on automated penetration tests, and this behaviour can expose them to cyberattacks because they’re not testing or simulating actions that only humans can do
  • Organisations that are not having the penetration testing implemented as a part of their security delivery may be unaware of the attack vectors and threat landscape they are subject to and fail to perform proper risk identification & prioritisation, increasing incident occurrence and response time
Our Services

follow the CREST* intrusion test guide and always have the human element associated to simulate the most recent Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) used by cybercriminals.

1. Preparation

It is a senior management security team responsibility to establish and oversee the penetration tests in the enterprise architecture.

The following steps are highly recommended for a secure penetration test program planning and delivery:

  • Establish a governance structure 
  • Identify target environments
  • Define the purpose of the penetration tests
  • Produce requirements specifications

2. Testing

The test plan has to contain all the necessary details of the penetration test.

Some of the objectives are:

  • Agree testing style and type (e.g., white box, black box)
  • Use an effective testing methodology (e.g., OWASP Web Top 10)
  • Identify and exploit vulnerabilities
  • Report key findings

3. Follow up

The last phase of the penetration test process demands a follow-up on the discovered weaknesses and how they are mitigated and monitored.

In this phase, the following activities should be performed:

  • Remediate weaknesses
  • Address root causes of weaknesses
  • Initiate Improvement programme
  • Evaluate penetration testing effectiveness
  • Build on lessons learned
  • Create and monitor action plans

*The Council of Registered Security Testers (CREST) guide for intrusion test is an international guide that ensure that tests are carried out and documented according to the highest legal, ethical and technical standards.

By implementing our services...

Uncover unknown vulnerabilities and reduce the chances of successful attacks by enabling vulnerabilities to be identified and fixed before cybercriminals exploit them

Take integrated and recurring penetration tests give a better view of the risks to which your organisation is exposed. The vulnerabilities found during the penetration tests can be used to enrich your threat model and risk assessment process

Ensure the security of personal and confidential information strictly complies with the different compliance requirements