Mitigating the risk of a security incident and ensuring the cyber controls are working is key to achieving a strong security posture. Choosing to conduct regular or once-off penetration tests is reflected in how soon or how often your business will encounter a security breach, having a direct impact on your business’ success story.
|Once-Off Penetration Testing||Examine your organisation’s network, application, device, or physical security to identify risks and areas to improve.|
|Regular Penetration Testing||Continuous monitoring of the threat landscape on critical assets. The same security system today, is not the same in a few weeks from now.|
Security breaches making the headlines in newspapers is often due to a lack of, or infrequent penetration tests, leaving the organisations’ security behind.
An attack occurs every 39 seconds
43% of cyber attacks target small businesses
There has been a 300% increase in reported cybercrimes since the start of COVID-19
Conducting regular penetration tests allows organisations to identify and prioritise risks, to prevent potential malicious attacks from occurring.
Our experience of simulating a real attack on a company’s systems provides valuable insights. Specifically, into how a breach may occur from an attacker’s perspective and tests an organisation’s defence mechanisms.
Our goal is to evaluate a company’s overall security of their IT infrastructure.
Using penetration testing tools and techniques, Kontex exposes vulnerabilities in a business’ security layer, allowing our security experts to address any shortcomings before they become critical liabilities.
- Understand Security Posture
- Mature your Environment
- Ensure Compliance
- Gain Assurance
- Protect Brand Reputation
- Increase Business Continuity
- Avoid Costly Data Breaches
Our certified experts follow industry testing methodologies including OWASP, OSSTMM, PTES and NIST to assess and quantify risks on operational and business functions. An illustrative list of our penetration testing portfolio includes, but is not limited to:
- Applications – Web, thick client, mobile
- Web Services
- External & Internal Network Infrastructure
- Client Server (or Legacy) Applications
- Devices – workstations, laptops, consumer devices
- Cloud Systems
- Remote Access Services
- Wireless Networks