Cyber-attacks are now more focused, advanced, and common, but people often ignore the dangers from internal users. Our pen testing service models the techniques of criminal hackers and malicious insiders to identify any vulnerabilities in your online-facing or internal applications. With clear reporting, we provide tailored recommendations on how you can strengthen your security posture.
How Can We Help You?
Cyberfort’s advice and expertise saves time, improves efficiency, and ensures best security practices across all platforms, boosting confidence.
We offer a range of different types of penetration testing services, including:
- Penetration testing
- Application testing
- Mobile application testing
- Web application testing
- Network infrastructure testing
- Internal testing
- External testing
Empower your business’s cybersecurity by choosing Cyberfort as your professional penetration testing company. Our expert team brings specialised expertise, cutting-edge tools, and a comprehensive approach, ensuring a thorough assessment of your security vulnerabilities. With a strong focus on compliance and efficiency, we provide reliable and impartial insights, bolstering your defences against evolving cyber threats.
What Our Penetration Testing Services Can Offer You
Technology is a double-edged sword
Your business has invested heavily in security measures to protect it from attack, but our penetration testing services can ensure it works as intended.
Any organisation that uses online or internal applications is at risk.
While the technologies you use may boost efficiencies and facilitate growth, each application also offers a potential opportunity for malicious individuals to compromise your systems. It’s crucial to guard against this by building penetration testing into your security strategy, since this helps to identify and address any vulnerabilities before they impact your business.
Our penetration testing services are CREST-approved, demonstrating our outstanding quality when it comes to operating procedures, data security, and approach.
Get in touch today to discuss how we can help you.
What Is Penetration Testing?
Penetration testing (or pen testing) is a cyber security assessment practice and a well-known form of offensive security. Simulating cyberattacks on a computer system, internal or external network, or application helps identify vulnerabilities that malicious hackers could exploit.
Penetration testing is a form of ‘ethical hacking’ that will assess and test your systems for potential vulnerabilities and weaknesses.
Ethical hacking refers to the authorised practice of attempting to gain unauthorised access to a computer or network system in order to identify security weaknesses that a non-ethical hacker may take advantage of. We do this to improve the overall security of the system and protect it from malicious attacks.
The Benefits of an Application Penetration Test
Cybersecurity penetration tests help identify weaknesses, assess risks, ensure compliance, and enhance security measures. They build trust, save costs, stay ahead of threats, educate staff, and provide third-party assurance, ultimately protecting sensitive information from cyber threats.
Enjoy Peace of Mind
Protect your Reputation
Put the focus on your business with confidence that your applications are operating securely.
Guard against irreparable damage to your brand caused by compromised systems.
Avoid extensive costs associated with post-breach remediation.
Evidence commitment to international regulations and security standards including GDPR, ISO 27001 and PCI DSS.
How we work
Why does my business need penetration testing?
Left unchecked, business-critical applications can conceal weaknesses which present opportunities for external hackers and disgruntled or opportunistic insiders to compromise your systems. Not only does this expose both your organisation’s and your customers’ data to potential misuse, it can also put you at risk of severe reputational and financial loss in the event of a data breach. The cyber threat is constantly evolving, so it’s vital to implement regular testing and ensure that your security set-up is equipped to keep pace.
Which applications should I test?
Any applications that have been modified specifically for your business, either in-house or by a third-party, should undergo a penetration test to verify that there are no vulnerabilities that will leave you at risk.
How long does penetration testing take?
The length of a penetration test can vary from approximately two days to two weeks, depending on the scale of your systems and the number of applications and products that you use or provide.
Our consultants work with you to determine a timeframe for your particular requirements, ensuring that your business is thoroughly vetted.
How much does penetration testing cost?
The cost of a penetration test depends primarily on the number of days required to ensure total coverage of your applications.
We build a proposal with you upfront, based on your success criteria, with no hidden fees. It’s worth remembering that the cost of penetration testing is far less than the crippling costs associated with post-breach remediation.
Penetration Testing is a form of ‘ethical hacking’ that will assess and test your systems for potential vulnerabilities and weaknesses
Our Other Services
Web Application Testing
Mobile Application Testing
Web application attacks range in size and complexity, from the exploitation of vulnerable open source components, to app-specific attacks which take advantage of user controls. Internal web applications are at risk too, from disgruntled or malicious users who may find loopholes and use their position to wreak havoc. Learn more >
86% of mobile applications have at least one vulnerability violating the OWASP Top 10. If these issues are exploited by cyber criminals or malicious users, it can have serious implications for an organisation, in terms of both cost and reputational damage. Learn more >
If you develop a software product or service, are you confident that it’s as secure as it can be? Your clients rely on you to keep their data secure, so if you’ve not had your product or service independently assessed, your reputation is at risk if a vulnerability is discovered. Learn more >