Security Pursuit's penetration testing services identify exploitable vulnerabilities that allow unauthorized access to systems and data. Our certified, expert penetration testing consultants expose serious weaknesses in almost every engagement performed. Using real world hacking techniques, our consultants safely identify critical vulnerabilities and quantify risk by demonstrating the level of access a dedicated adversary could obtain. For every penetration testing engagement, we provide detailed evidence of our findings, step-by-step procedures showing how attack vectors were successfully executed, as well as actionable steps to improve your enterprise security posture.
Penetration testing is required of organizations to meet compliance and regulatory mandates across a variety of sectors. Security Pursuit’s experience working with auditors across these sectors allows seamless integration to deliver penetration tests and vulnerability assessments in support of PCI DSS, GLBA, NCUA, and HIPAA compliance assessments.
NETWORK PENETRATION TESTING
Identify exploitable vulnerabilities that allow unauthorized access into your organization’s network.
WIRELESS PENETRATION TESTING
Test the wireless access points currently in place at your facility to determine the current security posture.
WEB APPLICATION PENETRATION TESTING
With a focus on the OWASP Top 10, web application penetration testing uses non-disruptive techniques to identify weaknesses in your application code and database layers which could be exploited during an attack.
RED TEAM EXERCISES
Our red team exercises combine all of the above services into a comprehensive attack against your company. This is a true test of the maturity of your information security program and your ability to detect and respond to attacks.
SOCIAL ENGINEERING TESTING
Challenge employee susceptibility to various attacks such as email phishing, fraudulent phone calls, and unauthorized facility access. Assesses your technical security controls' ability to detect and prevent social engineering attacks.