"Why do they call it a 'penetration test'? Because we're just trying to get in there, no strings attached."
"Why do they call it a 'penetration test'? Because we're just trying to get in there, no strings attached."

Penetration Testing Services

Penetration testing is a simulated cyber attack on a computer system, network, or web application to test its defenses and identify vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit. The goal is to determine the feasibility of a successful attack and provide recommendations for improving the system's security. Pen testing can be automated or manual, and the results can help organizations prioritize their security efforts and make informed decisions about their cyber defenses.

WHAT IS
Penetration Testing Services

At digiALERT, we offer Penetration testing services to help organizations identify vulnerabilities in their systems and networks before they can be exploited by attackers. Our goal is to simulate real-world attacks and provide organizations with a better understanding of their security posture, helping them identify areas for improvement.

We perform different types of pen testing such as External testing, Internal testing, Web application testing, etc...,. External testing simulates an attack from an outsider trying to gain access to the organization's network, internal testing simulates an attack from an insider or an attacker who has already gained access to the network and web application testing simulates an attack on the organization's web-based applications.

Our team of experts can perform testing manually or with automated tools. We can evaluate organization's risk profile, criticality of assets, and resources available to recommend the best approach. Trust digiALERT to help you identify and mitigate vulnerabilities in your systems and networks.

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key features
Penetration Testing Services

Identify vulnerabilities in systems and networks
Simulate cyber attacks to test defenses
Evaluate effectiveness of security measures
Provide recommendations for improvement
Use a variety of tools and techniques
Follow a predetermined testing plan
Document findings as testing progresses
Conducted by specialized security firms or in-house teams
May be required by regulatory bodies or industry standards
Part of a comprehensive security strategy

Types of
Penetration Testing Services

digiALERT offers a variety of testing options that we can perform for our clients to help identify and assess vulnerabilities within their networks or systems. These include:
  1. External Penetration Testing: This type of testing simulates an attack on our clients' external network infrastructure, such as web applications and internet-facing servers.
  2. Internal Penetration Testing: This type of testing simulates an attack on our clients' internal network infrastructure, such as internal servers and workstations.
  3. Wireless Penetration Testing: This type of testing simulates an attack on our clients' wireless network infrastructure, including wireless access points and client devices.
  4. Social Engineering Penetration Testing: This type of testing simulates a real-world attack by attempting to trick our clients' employees into providing sensitive information or access to restricted areas.
  5. Phishing Penetration Testing: This type of testing simulates a phishing attack by sending simulated phishing emails to our clients' employees and measuring their responses.
  6. Mobile Application Penetration Testing: This type of testing simulates an attack on mobile applications, including both iOS and Android platforms.
  7. Cloud Penetration Testing: This type of testing simulates an attack on cloud-based infrastructure and services such as AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud.
  8. Web Application Penetration Testing: This type of testing simulates an attack on web applications, identifying vulnerabilities such as SQL injection, XSS, and CSRF.
  9. Infrastructure Penetration Testing: This type of testing simulates an attack on our clients' network infrastructure, such as routers, switches, and firewalls.
  10. Compliance Penetration Testing: This type of testing simulates an attack on our clients' system to identify vulnerabilities that may be non-compliant with industry standards such as PCI-DSS and HIPAA.

Statistics on
Penetration Testing Services

The global penetration testing services market size was valued at USD 2.3 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 5.4 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 11.9% from 2020 to 2027.
The penetration testing market is expected to grow from USD 2.6 billion in 2020 to USD 5.6 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 16.2%.
The financial services sector accounts for the highest penetration testing services market share at 23.2% in 2020.
The Asia Pacific region is expected to be the fastest-growing market for penetration testing services, with a CAGR of 14.6% during the forecast period.
The North American region is expected to hold the largest market share of 38.7% in 2020.
The penetration testing services market is expected to witness significant growth in the healthcare sector, with a CAGR of 15.6% during the forecast period.

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How do we do
Penetration Testing Services

At digiAlert, we have a proven methodology for conducting penetration testing to help identify and address potential vulnerabilities in our clients' systems and networks. The process includes the following steps:

  1. Scoping: We work closely with our clients to establish the scope of the testing, including the assets to be tested, the specific goals and objectives of the test, and the testing methods and timelines. A non-disclosure agreement is in place to protect sensitive information.
  2. Reconnaissance: Our team uses a combination of tools and techniques to gather information about the target systems and networks, including both passive and active reconnaissance methods. This step helps us understand the target's attack surface and identify potential vulnerabilities.
  3. Vulnerability assessment: Our team uses a variety of tools and techniques to identify vulnerabilities in the target systems, including both manual and automated testing, and a thorough review of system logs and configurations. The assessment covers both network and application-level vulnerabilities.
  4. Exploitation: We attempt to exploit any vulnerabilities identified during the assessment to gain unauthorized access to the target systems or networks. The goal is to demonstrate the potential impact of the vulnerabilities and gain deeper insights into the target's security posture.
  5. Reporting: After the testing is complete, we provide a comprehensive report detailing our findings. The report includes a list of vulnerabilities identified, an assessment of their severity, proof-of-concepts, and recommendations for addressing the vulnerabilities. We also provide details on the testing methodology and what was in and out of scope. The report is shared with the client to help them take the necessary actions to improve their security.

WHY Penetration Testing Services
WHO NEEDS Penetration Testing Services

  1. Penetration testing is a simulated cyber attack on a computer system, network, or web application to evaluate the security of the system.

  2. It helps identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses that could be exploited by attackers.

  3. Organizations of all sizes and industries, including government organizations, financial institutions, healthcare providers, and technology companies can benefit from penetration testing services.

  4. By conducting regular penetration testing, organizations can improve their security posture, reduce the risk of a successful cyber attack and increase their ability to detect and respond to a cyber attack.

  5. Penetration testing is also necessary for organizations that handle sensitive data and are required to comply with various regulations such as PCI-DSS and HIPAA.

  6. Organizations that operate in highly regulated industries, such as defense and energy, may also need to conduct penetration testing to comply with regulatory requirements.

-Penetration testing is important for organizations to ensure that their systems, networks and applications are secure and to identify and remediate vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by malicious actors.

How often is Penetration Testing Services
When it would be performed

Penetration testing, also known as pen testing, is a simulated cyber attack against a computer system, network, or web application to test its defenses and identify vulnerabilities. Pen testing is typically performed by security professionals or ethical hackers who use various tools and techniques to try to gain unauthorized access to systems and data.
There is no specific frequency that is universally recommended for pen testing, as it depends on the specific needs and risks of the organization. Some organizations may choose to perform pen testing on a regular basis, such as quarterly or annually, while others may only conduct pen testing when there is a specific need or concern, such as after a major system update or following a suspected security breach.
It is generally recommended that organizations perform pen testing at least once a year, or more frequently if the organization handles sensitive data or is at high risk for cyber attacks. However, smaller organizations with fewer resources may opt for less frequent pen testing, such as every two or three years. Ultimately, the frequency of pen testing should be based on the organization's unique needs and risk profile.

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How are we
unique

As digiALERT, we are providing the highest quality penetration testing services to our clients. We believe that we are different from other vendors in the following ways:
  1. Our team of experts: We have a team of experienced and certified penetration testers who have the knowledge and skills to identify and exploit vulnerabilities in a wide range of systems and technologies.
  2. Customized approach: We understand that every organization has unique needs and requirements, so we take a customized approach to each engagement to ensure that our testing aligns with the specific goals and objectives of the client.
  3. Advanced methodologies: We use a combination of automated and manual testing techniques, including social engineering and physical testing, to provide a comprehensive view of the client's security posture.
  4. Comprehensive reporting: We provide detailed and actionable reports that include not only the vulnerabilities identified during testing, but also recommendations for how to remediate them.
  5. Ongoing support: We believe in a continuous improvement approach, so we provide ongoing support to our clients to help them implement the recommendations from our report and ensure the security of their systems over time.
  6. Quality assurance: Our team has implemented strict quality assurance process to ensure that our testing is thorough and accurate.
  7. Communication: We are committed to clear and timely communication with our clients, keeping them informed and updated throughout the engagement.
  8. Competitive Pricing: We provide competitive pricing for our services to ensure that our clients get the best value for their investment.

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