Conducting a pentest project primarily involves detecting vulnerabilities within an organization's IT infrastructure, networks, and applications. This analysis enhances your security approach and facilitates issue resolution.
With penetration testing, businesses can uncover and tackle system and network vulnerabilities, safeguarding sensitive data from cyber risks and breaches.
With regular pentesting, security is boosted by spotting and proactively fixing vulnerabilities, preventing possible misuse by attackers.
To meet industry requirements and legal regulations, many businesses engage in regular pentesting to strengthen their system and data security.
Outlining test scope and objectives, identifying target systems and networks, and gathering details about the environment (like network/domain names, mail server) to enhance understanding of target operations and potential vulnerabilities.
With methods such as vulnerability scanning, network scanning, and configuration review, CyStack pinpoints potential vulnerabilities within the target system.
CyStack strategically leverages identified vulnerabilities to breach security measures, seeking unauthorized access and potential compromise.
Within this stage, the focus is on preserving access to the compromised system and, when achievable, amplifying privileges within the system.
Compiling a comprehensive report detailing the testing methodology, identified vulnerabilities, and actionable recommendations aimed at enhancing system security.
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Access comprehensive details for each vulnerability including descriptions and steps to replicate, along with precise and actionable guidelines for resolution.
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The CyStack Audit Team consists of seasoned security testers who employ a goal-driven approach honed through years of experience and extensive testing. Our team possesses a unique fusion of app development and security testing expertise, enabling meticulous security assessments that unveil potential organizational risks.
Our members are not only featured speakers at renowned cybersecurity conferences but also accomplished bug hunters. They've uncovered critical vulnerabilities in products, earning recognition from industry giants including IBM, HP, Daimler, Microsoft, Alibaba, and more.
Furthermore, CyStack offers WhiteHub.net, a cutting-edge bug bounty platform. This platform grants access to a network of over 3000 skilled security researchers, uncovering critical vulnerabilities that traditional methods and automated tools may miss.
Upon completing the penetration testing, you'll be awarded a security certificate as evidence of your system's thorough examination and certification of its safety by our expert security team.
This certificate attests to your dedication to security, reassuring customers and partners of their sensitive data's safeguarding. Moreover, it establishes your dedication to safeguarding sensitive information, setting you apart from competitors who lack similar testing.
CyStack's pentest provides comprehensive testing that encompasses all the essential requirements necessary to attain compliance with ISO 27001, HIPAA, SOC2, GDPR standards, and other frameworks.
Communicating with the client to understand their requirements and setting the scope of the project.
Defining the objectives, timeline, budget, and resources required for the project.
Conducting the actual penetration testing, which includes reconnaissance, scanning, exploitation.
Reporting vulnerabilities immediately after finding out via CyStack vulnerability management platform.
Archiving project-related data and officially closing the project.
Communicating with the client to ensure that all recommendations are implemented and verifying that the system is secure.
Presenting the findings in a detailed report that includes executive summary and detailed vulnerability.
The client fixes issues through the recommendations from CyStack.