We have an organized, repeatable process that empowers our customers to move forward with upgrades and migrations with confidence. We specially emphasize planning as the key to achieving future state while maintaining the needs of customer business today.
We offer SCADA architecture review, vulnerability assessment and penetration testing services. SCADA are typically critical to the businesses and require a non-intrusive testing approach using a specific methodology unique to each system
Our expertise covers applications developed deployed using a variety of technologies. From web applications, web services to thin clients, and browser add-ons. Our testing approach consists of manual code-review in addition to tools for automated vulnerability scanning
VoIP assessment is designed to identify and exploit potential security vulnerabilities associated with premises-based IPT System. This assessment evaluates the security of the system from a user's perspective and determine if the VoIP service could allow potential service fraud, denial-of-service or other attacks, including VoIP misconfigurations, VoIP sniffing, rogue VoIP traffic injection, as well as new vulnerabilities related to the integration and interoperability of VoIP software and hardware.
Wireless scanning and assessment target’s customer environment to find unauthorized wireless access points or authorized wireless access points with security weaknesses
Physical Security Assessment finds and exploit the vulnerabilities within a Company’s physical controls. Whether it be lock picking doors, hopping fences, Piggy backing, bypassing access controls or social engineering
Security vulnerability assessment is a critical component in an overall security strategy. We use vulnerability scanning software to identify, quantify, and prioritize vulnerabilities in your applications and IT infrastructure
Penetration Testing services mimic an attacker seeking to access sensitive assets by exploiting security weaknesses existing across multiple systems. This service not only identifies individual vulnerabilities but also reveals how networks designed to support normal business operations can provide attackers with pathways to backend systems and data.