Security

Security is a serious concern for individuals and business. We offer several types of security services ranging from security audits & ‘pen’ testing, secure routers, and education.

Vulnerability Scanning

Vulnerability scanning is an inspection of the potential points of exploit on a computer or network to identify security holes. A vulnerability scan detects and classifies system weaknesses in computers, networks and communications equipment and predicts the effectiveness of countermeasures. netDNA has the tools to provide a one time scan, or ongoing tests to keep your business safe!

Infrastructure Pen Testing

This offering involves a tool that uses live exploits, like Metasploit or Core Impact. We use live ammunition to orchestrate these tests with the client to ensure the minimum amount of disruption. We test all externally visible IP addresses — that’s what the bad guys out there can see and are likely trying to penetrate. We also want to see what can be found when we connect to your guest network, one of the softest parts of a customer’s network.

Application Pen Testing

Trying to break into applications is probably the most important step nowadays, given that so many attacks directly target applications. We use a Web application scanner and look for the exploit application logic errors before the hackers do. There’s no substitute for a skilled application tester to determine what’s broken in an application. Once an initial application is compromised, hackers can go directly after the database where valuable/sensitive data is stored. If you can get into the database, the customer has security breach. Let us help your company and keep your data, and your customers data safe!

User Testing

This type of testing can involve emailing fake messages to customer service reps, trying to talk your way into the facility (past security or the receptionist) or even dropping thumb drives in the parking lot to see who will plug them into their machines. Malicious hackers don’t have a set of rules, They use social engineering because it works. Don’t let social engineering surprise your employees and catch them off-guard.