Network Pen

InfoSight's Penetration Testing Services

InfoSight will help answer these questions and any others you may have by identifying exactly where your systems are vulnerable and by testing the impact and risk associated with these vulnerabilities.

Our network penetration testing activities will reveal how well and how effectively your organization's security policies actually protect your assets. We will identify the extent to which your system can be compromised before your organization becomes victim to an actual attack.

Our penetration testing methodology includes:

  • Gathering information about the target before the test (reconnaissance)
  • Identifying all possible entry points, vulnerabilities, and weaknesses
  • Attempting an exploit to gain entry
  • Reporting back findings and providing detailed instructions for remediation

Performing a regular network pen is important because without one it’s impossible to tell what vulnerabilities your network has unless there has been an attack. If you add a new server to your network or change service providers there are potentially new vulnerabilities, performing a network pen would be an excellent way to re-discover your network after alterations have been made. Adding to your network without properly addressing the gaps in security could potentially threaten the entire network; a cyber-criminal could crash the entire network from one compromised server so it’s important to perform that network pen before it’s too late.

InfoSight can help address any questions you have about a network pen; with 15 years of experience providing compliance assurance and IT security InfoSight is an expert in discovery options and one of the best ways to provide customers with a list of vulnerabilities while providing possible solutions would be to perform a network pen.

Here are some questions to ask to determine how vulnerable your network may be:

  • How long ago was my last vulnerability test?
  • How many changes and or upgrades has my network had since my last vulnerability test?
  • Do the counter measures I have in place to prevent an intrusion actually work?
  • What security layers should I implement next to best protect my company's assets?
  • Do I know where confidential and sensitive data is located on my network enterprise wide?
  • How do I know if my IT Security reports are accurate?

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