Identify the most hidden gaps before attackers do by testing your controls against the latest attack scenarios, by combining all of the below proactive defense exercises
Assess and identify vulnerabilities within your cloud presence – existing, multi- or hybrid
Unearth potential security holes in your software and applications accessible by your staff and beyond via the internet
Reveal vulnerabilities and misconfigurations within iOS and Android mobile applications
Simulate internal threat actors actively attacking your internal infrastructure and critical assets
Identify and assess potential weaknesses in technology and
people that could be used to disrupt
Determine the security of your Wi-Fi network and protect against
local threat actors
Test your organisation’s first and last line of defence, your people
Review and optimise the security of the technical and operational components of your systems
Evaluate the physical security of your offices or other physical locations
Assess your resilience against both industry practices and realistic threats
Protect critical assets by pinpointing vulnerabilities in your security systems
Establish a clear understanding and an effective roadmap to further enhance maturity
CTRL offer a wide range of penetration testing such as cloud networks, web applications, mobile applications, external networks, internal, wireless networks, social engineering, operational testing and more.
Penetration testing arrangements typically differ depending on your organisation’s industry, size, digital footprint, and relevant regulations. To consider which type of penetration testing is best suited for your organisation, chat to CTRL’s security consultants if you’re in doubt.
The frequency of conducting a penetration test will differ from organisation to organisation. Some influencing factors include:
– Industry-specific regulations
– How often the environment changes
– Size of the environment and network
Ultimately, the frequency of penetration testing is adjusted to meet the unique needs of the organisation. Testing too infrequently allows for a window that increases an organisation’s risk exposure. On the other hand, if testing is done too frequently, there is inadequate time to remediate before testing resumes. Therefore, CTRL generally recommend penetration testing to be conducted every 6 – 12 months, as well as providing remediation advice.