Enterprise Attack Simulation

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 simulate attacks with the same level of sophistication and determination of a potential attacker.

Our expert security engineers conduct extensive and perpetual attacks on your IT infrastructure. This isn't just a network or application penetration test - we validate vulnerabilities, follow chaining paths between vulnerable systems, and disclose with certainty which hardware and software applications are putting you at real risk of attack. Our 15 years of experience in software security provides a unique advantage over companies (and hackers) that focus solely on network security.

Common problems we find during an IT attack simulation:

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

How We Identify Vulnerabilities Within Your IT Infrastructure

When conducting an IT attack simulation, our experts employ a four-step methodology:

  1. Discovery: Levering automation, we identify applications and services on your network -- databases, workstations, internal infrastructure, or other applications you might not even know about. This builds the infrastructure map and base of the attack surface.
  2. Attack Surface Modeling: The data from ongoing scans are maintained in a visual map which correlates the network topology to discovered vulnerabilities.
  3. Expert Targeting: To determine which components pose the greatest risk, our experts will run on a series of manual tests on various configuration, development, and design elements.
  4. Application Analysis: For both internally developed and third party applications we’ll focus on exploitation and attack chaining that reflects what motivated attackers could actually do.

After testing is conducted, we’ll deliver a final report that includes specific actionable recommendations addressing your exposure points.