Finding and Fixing Your Weaknesses Before a Breach Can Occur.
Penetration testing is the science of ethically hacking your own system, or in this case, allowing ZeroNetU’s team of Certified Ethical Hackers to attempt to breach or exploit of your system’s defenses both externally and internally.
When you engage ZeroNetU to attempt to breach your system or network, we will work to exploit your system’s vulnerabilities in an effort to determine whether unauthorized access or other forms of malicious, exploitative and damaging activity is possible.
Penetration Testing: Automated and Manual Penetration Testing.
By running an array of both automated scanning and manual hacking tools, often referred to as dynamic and static analysis tools, our operatives will utilize the same methodologies for hacking systems that a hacker from the most novice to the most advanced level would employ. In so doing, we can discover security vulnerabilities or areas of your network / systems with limited functionality that would be conducive to a breach.
We employ rigorous and intuitive manual testing, using both business and criminal logic, in an attempt to find any weaknesses that would allow a point of entry to an adversary. Our toolset encompasses both commercial and open source tools to allow for a thorough, all-encompassing assessment.
FACT: One of the most damaging breaches in history occurred when hackers discovered a vulnerability within a control device for the HVAC system of a global retail giant. Hackers “back-doored” security by sneaking into the network through a heating and cooling system command shell.
These are the exact types of vulnerabilities and weaknesses ZeroNetU will seek to identify when you engage our team for penetration testing services.
Penetration Testing: Methodology and Results.
Once all tests have been run, all vulnerabilities, unauthorized access points, and network weaknesses have been exploited, ZeroNetU will provide a final deliverable, detailing all targeted areas which make you vulnerable to attack.
Once corrective actions have taken place, ZeroNetU will recommend a follow-up or secondary penetration test to ensure your new security measures properly fortify your network and repel the previously identified exploits from successfully compromising the integrity of your network again.