Infrastructure Attack Simulation

Infrastructure attack simulation: more than a pen test

Go beyond network or application penetration tests

The ultimate proactive security approach, an enterprise infrastructure attack simulation leverages Security Innovation engineers to conduct perpetual attacks on your IT infrastructure to determine how data can be stolen or your company can be taken offline.

With 15+ years specializing in software security, our teams have a unique advantage over companies that are more network security focused.

View Your IT Infrastructure Through the Eyes of an Attacker

Organized hacking groups and skilled attackers pose a persistent threat to your organization. The best way to identify holes in your infrastructure is to conduct attacks with the same level of sophistication and determination of a potential attacker. We follow chaining paths between vulnerable systems, and disclose which applications and hardware are putting you at real risk and validate all identified vulnerabilities.

Common problems we find during an IT infrastructure attack simulation:

  • Unknown internet facing applications
  • Publicly available 0-days for unpatched software
  • OWASP Top 10 and other vulnerabilities
  • Misconfigured web, database, or DNS servers
  • Exploitable memory corruption
  • Improperly configured network devices
  • Insecure 3rd party applications
  • Poorly implemented crypto, authentication, and other insecure communication
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The Four Step Method for Infrastructure Attack Simulations:

  • Discovery

    Leveraging automation, we identify applications and services on your network such as databases, workstations, internal infrastructure, or other applications you might not even know about. This builds the infrastructure map and base of the attack surface.

  • Attack Surface Modeling

    Data from ongoing scans are maintained in a visual map which correlates the network topology to discovered vulnerabilities.

  • Expert Targeting

    Manual testing of various configuration, development and design elements determine which components pose the greatest risk.

  • Application Analysis

    Act as motivated attackers. For both internally developed and third-party applications we’ll focus on exploitation and attack chaining. As always… a remediation plan is provided, pragmatic and prescriptive with actionable recommendations.

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