goal of penetration testing (PT) is to assess your defences
before an attacker does. To find and exploit security flaws
that could result in the theft of credentials, intellectual
property, personally identifiable information (PII),
cardholder data, personal and protected health information,
data ransom, or other detrimental business results, PT
mimics actual attack scenarios.
Vulnerability Penetration testing is
advised when the objective is to identify vulnerabilities and
misconfigurations in your network infrastructure, applications,
or product. We perform internal and external penetration testing
to identify security gaps and determine the impact of an
attacker who has access to your network.
In addition to penetration testing, we perform application risk management to identify and manage potential threats in existing software applications. Such an examination, carried out together with the professional authorities in the organization, enables precise mapping of the application's behavior and the nature of its dependence on other systems.
Security by Design Organizations that develop applications for their own use or for the use of their customers need to build secure code. When used together with automated tools and manual penetration testing, code review can improve the effectiveness of an application security verification effort.
Security code review is a method of auditing the source code for an application to confirm that the proper security checks are present and invoked in all the right places. If the security code review is done right, the penetration test should not uncover any additional application vulnerabilities relating to the source code.
Penetration testing, security code review, and application risk management services enable organizations to test their cyber security as attackers would. To cope with new threats, we also provide supply chain, cloud, and hybrid environments testing. Such periodic checks, along with continuous and active monitoring with Hawkeye Forensic's SOC-as-a-service, ensure better mitigation of cyber-attacks.