AKATI Consulting Hybrid-PT®
While many current businesses define penetration testing as the application of automated network vulnerability scanners to an operational site, true penetration testing is much more than that. Penetration testing focuses on the operation as well as the implementation and design of a product or system. Any uncoordinated attempt to gain unauthorised access to systems and networks is NOT a penetration test. It is essential to have written agreements precisely detailing the systems that can be accessed and when these can be accessed, in order to avoid legal liabilities.
Objective of Penetration Test
The main objective of a penetration test is to identify vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by an intruder possibly incurring a large cost to the organisation. Simply put, after a thorough penetration testing your network will not be the same again and will not be open to nasty intruders.
Our Unique Approach:
At AKATI Consulting, we provide you the real deal in penetration testing with its unique Hybrid-PT solutions. The Hybrid-PT services will be provided by our top of the line consultants, capable of performing predominantly manual penetration tests that do not just rely on the output of an automated tool. We are concerned about your stress level so we assure zero false positives. AKATI Consulting delivers bottom line results by identifying and quantifying IT related strengths and weaknesses. Our services include an active analysis of your system for any potential vulnerabilities that result from poor or improper system configuration, hardware or software flaws, or operational weaknesses. Once we are done testing your network as described here, you will see that we walk the talk and talk the walk.
Penetration Test Targets:
2. Network Devices
3. Wireless Network
4. Applications (including mobile applications: Android App & iOS App and web applications)
5. Workstations & other devices
Let us know the penetration test targets and quantity as follows, and we will provide you with a comprehensive quotation:
1. Servers – number of nodes
2. Network Devices – number of IPs
3. Wireless Network – number of SSIDs
4. Applications (including mobile applications: Android App & iOS App and web applications) – number of applications
5. Workstations & other devices – number of workstations & other devices
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