Infrastructure Security Testing

Attack surfaces have significantly increased with the explosion of cloud and IoT. NetSPI’s penetration testing supports you in identifying unauthorized access to your protected systems.

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Internal Penetration Testing

Assessing an enterprise’s internal network is a layered process – single source scanning won’t provide comprehensive coverage. NetSPI will enumerate vulnerabilities across internal devices, systems, and applications through deep-dive manual penetration testing that simulates the overt actions of a malicious attacker. This produces real-world results on actual vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities are then identified by the initial scanning efforts and verified to eliminate false positives. NetSPI thoroughly analyzes the remainder and manually probes for any unidentified vulnerabilities the scanners couldn’t find.

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External Penetration Testing

Susceptibility to an external penetration attack from the Internet is one of the most common vulnerabilities. NetSPI identifies exposures due to patch or version-related issues, weak configurations, and flaws in application code. Additionally, NetSPI looks beyond the boundaries of the standard external network to include federated and cloud services that could unknowingly add attack service areas. For high-value software assets or critical points-of-entry into your network, working with NetSPI begins with a primer on scanning versus penetration testing.

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