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Penetration Testing

Security testing and security reviews you can trust. Conducted by our experienced and ethical hackers.

Why consider Penetration Testing?

Keep your data safe, prevent regulatory fines and avert financial extortion.

Penetration testing (also called 'pen testing' or 'ethical hacking') is a method for testing the security of an IT system by attempting to breach it, using the same tools and techniques that a malicious hacker would use. Think of it as a financial audit, but for your IT system instead of your numbers.

Our 'Red Team' (ethical hackers) examines your IT systems for any weaknesses that may compromise your network's confidentiality, availability, integrity, and associated data.

Types of testing.

External Penetration Testing

External testing assesses any public-facing infrastructure that your business operates from.

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Internal Penetration Testing

Internal testing assesses your private corporate network and any devices attached to it.

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Web Application Penetration Testing

Web application testing assesses your website or any client portals you offer to clients.

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Compare.

See how our penetration testing stacks up against traditional penetration testing firms.

Features
Traditional
illume

Self service quoting

Vulnerability scanning

Manual testing 

Social engineering incl. on external testing

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PDF reports

CSV exporting

Vulnerability management

Asset management

Our tried and tested process, carried out by our industry experts.

Understanding

Our team of ethical hackers works with you to understand all the intricacies of how your business operates and where any risks may be.​

Analysis

We conduct the test using the same tools and techniques, including social engineering that a malicious hacker would use.

Reporting

You'll receive a report highlighting any issues, alongside access to the illume vulnerability management platform.

One size does not fit all

Testing should be a regular occurrence. We work closely with you and your business to determine an appropriate testing frequency to help keep your business secure.

Request a call back to discuss penetration testing.