Cloud Penetration Testing
Moving your infrastructure to the cloud can create security problems. NetSPI’s cloud penetration testing service identifies vulnerabilities in your cloud infrastructure and guides you on how to improve your cloud security posture.
Reduce your cloud-related risks with cloud penetration testing by NetSPI
A cloud platform can create exposure from network, application, and configuration vulnerabilities that can result in external access to company credentials, internal systems, and sensitive data.
Our cloud testing services include:
- Microsoft Azure penetration testing services
- Amazon Web Services (AWS) penetration testing services
The NetSPI Difference
NetSPI delivers industry-leading penetration testing expertise and a vulnerability management platform that makes penetration test results actionable based on risk. Learn More arrow_forward
Our Cloud Penetration Testing Service
NetSPI will test your cloud infrastructure wherever it is hosted. We follow manual and automated pen testing processes that use commercial, open source, and proprietary software to evaluate your cloud infrastructure from the perspective of anonymous and authenticated users.
Tests networks, systems, and applications
Benefits of Cloud
Pentest your cloud infrastructure to:
Discover your vulnerabilities and exposure, before a breach occurs.
Meet application security testing requirements from a third-party.
Learn how to strengthen your network security program.
Augment your team
Get a fresh set of eyes from penetration testing experts.
Cloud Penetration Testing Techniques
NetSPI’s cloud pen test service includes a cloud services configuration review and penetration testing techniques, such as:
- System and services discovery
- Automated vulnerability scanning and manual verification
- Manual network protocol attacks
- Manual dictionary attacks
- Network pivoting
- Domain privilege escalation
- Access sensitive data and critical systems
Application Pentesting Research and Tools
Learn about penetration testing on our blog, from our open-sourced penetration testing tool sets for the infosec community, and in our SQL injection wiki.