As the occurrence and sophistication of cybercrime continue to rise, the risk associated with owning and managing information systems and technologies is growing accordingly. An informed perspective on this risk is crucial for organizations that wish to optimize the availability, reliability and security of their information technology assets.
Our certified security professionals keep up with the latest tools, techniques, vulnerabilities and exploits employed by sophisticated cybercriminals. Using an advanced approach to network mapping and intrusion, vulnerabilities of a computer network can be found and tested without disrupting normal operations. Penetration testing and vulnerability assessment are followed by a debriefing during which a full report is presented and discussed.
TCS Forensics carries out penetration testing against clients information systems so they can be sure they have an accurate picture of the risk their technology infrastructure represents to the bottom line. Because today’s most costly data breaches are more often the work of skilled insiders, or attackers with a foothold inside the target network, we ensure that client networks are assessed both internally and externally. We go beyond scanning, proof of concept and reporting to provide full remediation details for detected vulnerabilities. These can often be implemented immediately to provide an improved security posture.
Your report includes:
• A full list vulnerabilities and potential vulnerabilities
• How vulnerabilities were exploited to gain access and control of the system(s)
• The relative risk presented by each vulnerability
• Keystroke-by-keystroke remediation steps for each vulnerability
Benefits of penetration testing:
• Prevent losses due to fraud or downtime
• Prove due diligence in meeting regulatory standards for privacy and security
• Safeguard intellectual property, financial, employee, and client information
• Avoid negative PR and protect client loyalty
• Determine how a previous breach occurred and prevent a recurrence
Which organizational components can be assessed for vulnerability:
• Operating systems and applications
• Websites, web applications and e-commerce solutions
• Physical security (physical access, cameras, alarms, etc.)
• Security and personnel policies, policy enforcement and monitoring