Finding holes in your security before the bad guys do!
What is a penetration test?A penetration test is a method of evaluating the security of a computer system or network by simulating an attack from a malicious source ... the process of using approved, qualified personnel to conduct real-world attacks against a system so as to identify and correct security weaknesses before they are discovered and exploited by others.
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Top Ten Network Security TipsWondering what the "best practices" are for securing your network? There is a very informative document called "The 60 Minute Network Security Guide" on the National Security Agency Web site (www.nsa.gov). Here's a brief summary ...
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Security Is Now More Important Than Ever
Hackers and other criminals continually develop new tools to gain access and disrupt networks, staying even with or ahead of the technological curve. Your IT infrastructure is always at risk, and will most probably continue to be. The best you can do, then, is to minimize your exposure to external threats. Research shows that the more difficult it is to successfully exploit your systems, the more likely an attacker will simply move on to their next target. Vigilance is effective, and can prevent attacks on your network.
Making You More Secure is Our Business
We conduct professional Penetration Tests against systems within your LAN, WAN, intranet and internet sites in order to expose hosts that lack adequate security, and then attempts to gain control of them. A Penetration Test is a simulation of a real-world outside attack against a system in order to identify security weaknesses before they are exploited by hackers. Some like to call it Ethical Hacking, we prefer calling things by their logical name.
Although systems may be encroached during the Penetration Test, we will never attempt to erase, alter or harm any of your companys systems or data. This test is done with absolute safety of your infrastructure in mind. Engagements typically range from a few days to three weeks.