Network Penetration

Penetration Testing

For more detailed information on Network Penetration, InfoSight will thoroughly answer these questions and any others you have, and will identify exactly where your systems are vulnerable. We will also test the impact and risks associated with these vulnerabilities, and the outcomes of breaches, and help devise possible solutions for you.

Some questions you may have for us before we begin may include:

  • How easy is it for a hacker to penetrate my network and access my information?
  • What are the safe and effective measures, precautions, and programs that can actually be trusted to best protect our data, assets, and important information?
  • Which portals and areas are vulnerable and what information and data is at risk?

Our network penetration testing services will reveal how effective your organization's security policies and precautions actually are in protecting your assets and information. We will also identify the extent to which your system can be compromised before an actual attack.

InfoSight's Penetration Testing includes:

  • Gathering information about the target before the test (reconnaissance)
  • Identifying all possible entry points, vulnerabilities, and weaknesses
  • Attempting an actual security breach (either virtually or actually)
  • Reporting back and analyzing the results and findings
Why would a cybercriminal penetrate my network?
Knowing that a network penetration isn’t a simple task, it brings the question: why would someone try to penetrate my network. Well there are multiple reasons to penetrate a network. 1) if your network contains sensitive financial information (Credit card numbers, SSNs, Bank account numbers, Etc.) your network is a valuable target. 2) If you have a sizable network, the hacker may gain access to your network only to use it as a means to attack another unsuspecting victim with your hardware. 3) The disgruntled hacker may penetrate your network simply to prove a point.

How can I protect my network?
InfoSight has an array of solutions that can assist your institution in the development of a soundly secured network, training your employees on how to avoid activities that increase the risk of a breach or what to do in case of a breach and finally testing your network for vulnerabilities or ethically hacking your network to assess your margin of risk. It is imperative that you take action to protect yourself and your valuable information, and sometimes the only way to prevent a hacker from penetrating your network is to penetrate the network yourself in order to determine to what lengths you need to go to ensure the security of your network. Contact us today.

Complementary Services
Vulnerability Assessment
IT Risk Assessment
Social Engineering Testing and Training