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Penetration Testing

The objective of penetration testing is to find out whether or not there are vulnerabilities within a network setup that can result in security objectives becoming compromised. Regular penetration testing is a well established best practice for just about any information security program. Since penetration testing involves replicating recurring attack efforts on various areas of an application’s surface, quite a few security professionals count on automated tools for the task. A few of these tools work well, but no particular tool is a standalone solution. An essential portion of security assessments is “penetration testing.” Penetration testing is mainly geared towards network-based application products and systems (e.g. web applications, online stores, B2B, e-commerce, and so on). In using standard penetration testing methodology when carrying out external or internal penetration tests, DeeDoc Consulting employs a conventional 3-step technique.

When it comes to credit card security, DeeDoc Consulting acknowledges the vendors (Visa, MasterCard, Amex, etc) due to their initiatives to lower credit card theft and fraud through specifying required certification for providing security assessments in this domain. By attaining PCI accreditation, this vendor is preserving thorough data security requirements to make certain that its customer’s credit card info continues to be secure and safe. Companies that initiate safety measures and guidelines only to satisfy regulatory mandates or to pass the analysis of an audit won’t make the score in delivering optimized levels of defense against breaches. DeeDoc Consulting is a highly integrated group of security innovators having a track record of non-stop researching, building, and putting into action revolutionary solutions to probably the most challenging security issues. Our qualified security experts who comprehend the actual threats can assist your business put in priority any remediation initiatives that ought to be made to safeguard your commercial infrastructure. DeeDoc Consulting supplies Managed Security Services to many clients worldwide. We watch over thousands of events daily and consistently monitor security events and attacks all around these networks. Some security providers recommend the usage of “black box” testing—or “blind” testing—where penetration evaluators do the job externally, with little if any information about the application to get tested. Other individuals firmly insist that the “white box” technique works more effectively, in which evaluators know the application’s design and operate directly using the source code.

DeeDoc Consulting completes the subsequent tasks in terms of security tests:

  • Conducting Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing on the corporate and business network
  • Providing a Gap Analysis and suggestions for threat remediation
  • Presenting report documentation that includes special threat concept and matrix, comprehensive mitigation approaches for every results regarding the “gap analysis” of results versus any regulation, standard or control relevant to the business

DeeDoc Consulting has carried out assessment services employing guidelines specific to the legal and standard needs confronting the business. The skills necessary and experience with performing this sort of work calls for the abilities of a specialist. The types of penetration testing services span across various domains such as web applications, network infrastructure, network forensics, host hardening, security consulting, research and development. Our firm has developed many best practice techniques to assist businesses evaluate deficiencies within their implemented network infrastructure.

Our company offers expert services which reproduce real-world exploitation that hackers use with the understanding of the human mind. Some common attacks we reproduce are:

Phishing can be used by attackers to get the sensitive security passwords of the personnel. Perhaps their bank account or business internal account as well as their social networking accounts. People today have a tendency to hold the exact same security password for various accounts –as this is much easier to recall. We test out your employees’ capacity to recognize a genuine email or internet site from a false one.
People are social beings. And therefore, it can be within their habit to attempt to assist other people in need. Having said that, will we know when we are being considerate and when we cross-over to disclosing an excessive amount of information regarding the business. Social Engineering attacks will surely have diverse implications. People may be ‘forced’ or ‘pleaded’ to disclose their account details or sensitive internal business. The employees may well not recognize that they’re disclosing an excessive amount of information. We guide you make the employees know the way a real world attack happens, as well as in which scenarios they might be misled into disclosing information they would typically not disclose. Other attacks consist of Baiting, Dumpster Diving, in addition to social engineering your contact center into disclosing way over what was meant.
With all the world-wide-web seizing the world communication space, all people like to get connected to their loved ones, colleagues and friends. Online conversations, harmless disclosures about workplace challenges are typical chat. But could you distinguish an authentic friend from a malevolent individual who fakes other people’s user profiles by way of Social Networking Sites like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter with the intention of attaining your employees’ trust. The moment their trust is obtained, people are more than happy to go over about delicate information.
Daily personnel receive attachments inside their email in the as Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx), PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx), Excel (.xls, .xlsx), Adobe PDF (.pdf), and picture (.jpg, .jpeg, .bmp, .gif) files. Attackers take advantage of this fact to penetrate your network. Some of these files may have manipulated to include a backdoor that activates upon opening them. The backdoor will then call back the attacker, sending information such as keystrokes (through keystroke logging). In this situation, a callback refers to a software application communicating with the creator to inform of its activation, and information collected on the operating system run from. Can your firewall program halt these call-backs? Does your anti-virus identify these kinds of harmful files? We replicate these kinds of attacks, to enable you to test out if your anti-virus and firewall program will protect you from this exploitation? Are the personnel conscious that that it is feasible for a backdoor to enter their workplace?

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