A Hybrid Approach
All of our Network Penetration Tests go beyond standards – such as NIST – and your test will come with a detailed final report.
Your detailed final report will include an executive summary, a listing of vulnerabilities discovered, remediation recommendations, and more. A letter of accreditation can be provided upon your request.
Throughout the network penetration testing process, automated, as well as comprehensive manual testing, will be used to identify all network and business-logic related vulnerabilities.
Identify Network Vulnerabilities and Exposures
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Here at EHS, our penetration testing truly simulates the attacks of a real-world malicious hacker–which includes specialized vulnerability assessments, automated scans, and manual techniques.
These cyber services all work together to reduce false positives and identify application security gaps.
EHS ensures that all penetration testing follows the methodology defined in the NIST SP-115 for network and wireless penetration testing as well as OWASP for web application penetration testing. These methodologies ensure a clear, well defined approach to the testing of your infrastructure, applications and employees.
The planning stage of penetration testing will include regular communication with the client’s key points of contact to understand the overall scope of the project to include project objectives, rules of engagement and limitations.
EHS will perform an extensive search for open source information using tools and techniques to gather information on the client with the explicit goal of identifying technical data about the external and/or internal network infrastructure for targeting.
Exploiting vulnerabilities using a blend of custom, open source, and commercial software tools to exploit vulnerable hosts with the explicit intention of accessing sensitive information, establishing a persistent presence on the system, and exploiting the trusts of related systems
Considered the most critical step in penetration testing, our reports communicate all penetration test findings in a comprehensive and clear report to the client.