Vulnerability Assessment andPenetration Testing in Australia.
SecureLayer7 helps you to manage and secure IT Infrastructure environment through reliable vulnerability assessment and penetration testing services that match your business requirements.
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Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT)
Obtaining a completely secure IT infrastructure is a strenuous business problem. SecureLayer7 is a team of experienced professionals having expertise in solving this problem. SecureLayer7 engineers detect the presence of vulnerability in IT infrastructure through Vulnerability assessments.
Also, we aggressively test for both already known and previously unknown weaknesses in your IT infrastructure architecture through Penetration Testing, exactly like an expert hacker would do.
SecureLayer7’s Vulnerability Assessments and Penetration Testing services are highly client focused. Client can choose from a wide range of services described below, customised as per their specific needs.
We at SecureLayer7 believe in the ‘think like the hacker to catch the hacker’ approach and hence always keep ourselves one step ahead of the threats that are continuously advancing.
Our Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing regime is designed on these grounds and provides a systematic approach to be able to expose the vulnerabilities that pose a constant risk to the valuable information.
We provide a wide range of services tailored for client-specific needs. The services are explained below and the client can select from the list as per their requirements.
Choose the Test to Match Your Needs
The SecureLayer7 Vulnerability Assessments and Penetration tests (VAPTs) are scaled to meet the needs of your business. can be chosen for a Sophisticated IT Infrastructure? Go for The comprehensive, all components VAPT. Niche IT Infrastructure? Choose among following the critical testing components that perfectly match the business needs from the array of test options provided by SecureLayer7.
White Box Testing
White Box Security Testing is an effective method of discovering undiscovered bugs, security breaches and vulnerabilities in the source code which are otherwise overlooked in the black and grey box testing methodologies and which have the potential of compromising the security of the application. We at SecureLayer7 consider this source code sanitization an important task in security. Hence we have designed an effective methodology to assess the critical components of the software followed by the entire program for the identification of violations and bugs within the source code. SecureLayer7 believes in providing the best services and hence performs both automated and manual review audits thus generating a complete audit report with all problematic areas of the source code.
Grey Box Testing
A grey box test can be defined as the grey area between the white box and black box test. The tester has access to a small amount of information, like technical documentation or authentication credentials which reduce the time that Black Box Test requires in getting through the authentication mechanism of the system. We at SecureLayer7 place the client’s needs on top priority. The SecureLayer7 Grey Box Testing methodology is designed by keeping the client’s requirements in mind. The client decides how much information to provide, what information to provide, what to test, attack methodologies to be used, literally everything. And we provide the results in minimum possible time. Our engineers will always be in communication with you to give you the flexibility of requirement specification at any stage of the test
Black Box Testing
The Black Box Security Testing methodology assumes no prior knowledge of the infrastructure to be tested, thus testing your system from the perspective of an external attacker with zero knowledge of your systems applications or infrastructure. The SecureLayer7 Black Box Security Testing regime actually simulates the environment in which the external attacker would work. This approach ensures that we work like an attacker would work and so obtain the best possible solution for you. We use the following approaches:
- We analyze application to find vulnerabilities
- Exploit the infrastructure using smartly crafted payload
- We study offensive hacking techniques in order to develop defensive mechanisms
- We engineer application systems that are secure and reliable
Internal Infrastructure Testing
Internal VAPT is mainly for internal IT infrastructure. SecureLayer7 engineers perform onsite VAPT to determine the vulnerabilities in internal applications, systems and corporate networks.
External Infrastructure Testing
External threats are the most common website security infringements, particularly for elements that process or store customer information and data. The SecureLayer7 External Penetration Testing focuses on system vulnerabilities that can be exploited externally through applications, servers or network that can be accessed through the internet. Our innovative VAPT takes care of external hackers and threats by conducting security audits of all possible penetration weak points, including firewalls and intrusion detection systems bypasses.
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SecureLayer7 Penetration Testing Strategy
Client Business Analysis
The central objective of any SecureLayer7 penetration test is to fulfill the exact needs of our customers. The first stage in any testing is therefore to understand the business functions of our client’s systems and incorporate those needs in our testing plan. This process helps us to identify the main potential threat surfaces of the client’s applications and customize the penetration test accordingly.
Once we have your applications main potential threat surfaces, our security engineers start the actual penetration testing. The testing detects and tracks all the security flaws and vulnerabilities.
Expert Manual Penetration Testing
We do not rely on automated penetration testing. As the critical bugs review reports reach our development team, all security threats are checked and verified manually by our team of experienced engineers.
Keeping Clients in the Loop
We keep our clients in the loop all the way. While performing penetration testing, we ensure proper synchronization of our team’s work with the client’s IT department.
Detailed Security Reports
After the completion of testing, a detailed threat assessment report is created and shared with the client. The report includes vulnerability impact assessment and threat mitigation recommendations.
Jargon Free Client Communication
We communicate clearly to webmasters and business managers alike. All our system threat reports and recommendations are both specific and descriptive, saving the IT department the trouble of explaining the situation to top management.
SecureLayer7 Service and Deliverables
Our Security Services Include:
The identification of vulnerabilities in your system along with the knowledge of major areas of exploitation is critical. But what is more important is to be able to convey to you all this information in a clear and concise way. We at SecureLayer7 strive hard to be able to do this. Every assessment service completion of ours is followed by a delivery of an electronic assessment report deliverable. This report will include all the information about the security controls assessed as well as an analysis of the areas that need to be looked into for achieving the required amount of security.Download Sample Report Download VAPT Datasheet
The report is systematically designed into two parts: the high level management report suitable for the understanding of management personnel, and an in-depth technical document for the technical staff to understand the underlying risks along with recommendations and preventive countermeasures. Following is detailed content list of the document:
- Executive Summary
- Purpose of the engagement
- List of identified security controls
- Classification of vulnerability based on risk level and ease of exploitation
- How to reduce risk in environment with immediate effect
- Recommendations to prevent the recurring of vulnerability
- Each vulnerability described in detail
- In detail description of the procedure followed for the exploitation process
- Proof of Concept in the form of Videos and Images
- Explanation of how to reduce the gravity of the vulnerability