Wireless security assessment
Wireless security evaluation aids in the identification of wireless network vulnerabilities and security issues. To detect vulnerabilities in the wireless network, our Security Consultants test for various vulnerabilities and run various test scenarios. These flaws can be caused by a misconfigured wireless access point, flaws in the firmware of the wireless access point, or encryption and authentication mechanisms such as WPA or WPA2.
What is wireless security assessment?
What is our methodology?
Given the danger that an unsecure wireless device poses to its surroundings, the Automated Assessment Methodology should be considered a must-have. Networks such as Wi-Fi hotspots, on the other hand, are not required to have an Automated Assessment procedure because they are open by nature and are primarily utilised for internet access.
Validation or reauthentication of the user is now performed during the real examination of the wireless network. This allows you to continue brute-forcing the password for system access. This also aids the testers in gaining access to the wireless network's encryption setup.
The team aims to execute wireless network testing using a step-by-step analysis and work on the network to minimise any discovered flaws and vulnerabilities.
What is the need for the wireless security assessment?
- The second phase is examining access control, detecting existing vulnerabilities, and selecting security settings.
- The final step entails looking into new encryption architecture.
- The fourth phase entails enabling user, device, and manual authentication, as well as assessing the physical location of access points.
DigiAlert’s Wireless Security Assessments address the security issues that arise when using business-critical wireless technology.
Why choose us?
CERT-in and ISO 27001 certifications have been granted to DigiAlert. We can certify and undertake security audits for Government agencies and BFSI customers using CERT-in. SecureLayer7 performs testing and reporting to ensure that applications meet PCI, HIPAA, SOC type 1 and type 2 criteria, as well as other regulatory needs. DigiAlert supports customised scanning reporting templates that suit organisational standards and other regulatory needs.
Active Wireless Networks are mapped and identified. DigiAlert consultants will assess your network's vulnerability to a wireless network attacker with radio access. DigiAlert consultants will try to detect any existing wireless networks (including any ad-hoc networks), assess their positions and ranges, evaluate the range of the wireless access region, determine network configuration information, and probe points of entry for system information or access parameters.