IT Penetration Testing
Our on-demand PenTest covers the following functional and technical considerations.
Our web-based Penetration Testing console provides everything you need, besides its unwavering accuracy, our system requires no investment in proprietary tools, hardware or network security engineers.
Through our penetration testing you will achieve and maintain security compliance at the lowest possible cost.
In fact we are so confident in our services and prices that we are one of the few companies that have the guts to display their prices.
How IT Penetration Testing Works
We provide you unlimited access and usage of our PenTest web portal for a full seven (7) days. During that time, you may run as many scans against your network as you wish.
Clone Systems’ stature in network security is unquestioned. Our penetration testing resources and encompassing on-site enterprise system audits, and our web application testing to remote solutions using our security console, meets or exceeds any other in the industry.
Our work is guaranteed accurate and our pricing is notably competitive.
Economical IT Security Compliance
The most reliable way to achieve a security compliance designation for existing security frameworks (PCI-DSS, ISO 27001, SOX, HIPPA, COBIT) is through performing a full-scale penetration test of your installation.
This is a complex, arduous, and very expensive proposition as any company that engages in commerce and processes transactions across the internet doubtlessly knows. In response to these issues, we have introduced an on-demand service that will provide compliance-level verification of your network in the most streamlined and cost-effective avenue available.
What CG PenTest On-Demand Provides
Like any of our suite of penetration tests, our on-demand service is diligently granular. No point in your network that was previously vulnerable to hacking or intrusions will be after the test.
Rigorous and Uncompromising
Our battery of security management benchmarks are rigorous and uncompromising. Broadly speaking, our testing can be broken into the following analysis and performance evaluation categories:
Reconnaissance encompasses passive and active reconnaissance tactics to identify and evaluate your network topology, active hosts, IP addresses, open network ports, installed operating systems, and all installed security devices.
Analysis, this stage typically involves running SQL Injection, Code Injection, Code Execution, Directory Traversal, and Cross Site Scripting against the web applications to expose any security anomalies. It also entails performing application mapping, network scanning/fuzzing, and vulnerability analysis. This stage effectively identifies all applications running behind open network ports and their degree of potential vulnerability.
Penetration uses the data derived from the Analysis stage to exploit the determined weak points of your network to attempt to gain access. Typically, the Penetration phase focuses primarily on vulnerabilities revealed for network services and externally facing web applications.
Information. This phase generates alerts after a vulnerability has been successfully exploited. A system restore is immediately performed to return the network to its previous state prior to the intrusion. A detailed report is generated on all areas of your enterprise for assessing how and why the intrusion was successful.
Documentation, this final phase reflects all testing results, all intrusions, the areas of the system that were compromised during an intrusion, intrusion-resistance recommendations, and qualitative analysis reports of each security mechanism employed on your network.