Increase your organization’s cyber resilience against potential attacks

External or Perimeter Audit add remove

The External or Perimeter Audit seeks a comprehensive view of the access vectors, misconfigurations, and existing vulnerabilities in assets published on the Internet, including public IP addresses, websites, DNS, and any exposed services that a cyber attacker could access

WiFi Network Audit add remove

WiFi Network Audit allows to identify configuration errors and the use of outdated security protocols to prevent unauthorized access and information leaks.

Internal Audit add remove

Internal Audit is conducted from the perspective of an attacker with access to the internal network to verify the strength of security measures and controls, as well as to identify and subsequently exploit vulnerabilities.

Web Audit add remove

The objective of the Web Audit is to identify the security status of the web application and its infrastructure, determining weaknesses and vulnerabilities to detect threats that may jeopardize both the platform’s availability and users’ confidentiality.

To achieve this, we follow the renowned OWASP methodology, which highlights Injections, authentication losses, exposure of sensitive information, external XML entities, inadequate access control, incorrect security configurations, cross-site scripting, insecure deserialization, the use of components with known vulnerabilities, and insufficient logging and monitoring as the major security risks for web-based architecture applications.

Mobile Application Audit add remove

Mobile Application Audits are security tests that follow the OWASP Mobile methodology to analyze how Android and iOS mobile technologies store, transmit, and process information.

Using both our own and third-party tools, with automatic and manual analysis, our offensive security team will conduct the audit, considering the following main risks: improper use of the platform, insecure data storage, insecure communication, insecure authentication, insufficient cryptography, insecure authorization, client code quality, code tampering, reverse engineering, and unusual functionalities.

ICS OT Environment Audit add remove

The objective of the ICS OT Cybersecurity Audit is to identify risks, vulnerabilities, and potential issues within production environments. This is achieved through the following steps:

  • Inventory of assets, locations, networks, existing traffic, and communications.
  • Vulnerability analysis of physical security, network segmentation, data security, software vulnerabilities, remote access, IAAA (Identification, Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting), fault tolerance, configurations, etc.
  • Evaluation of cybersecurity controls based on industry-standard cybersecurity regulations such as IEC 62443, NIST 800-53, etc.
  • Recommendations for risk mitigation and the development of a general action plan.
IoT Device Audit add remove

IoT devices are experiencing tremendous growth and are prone to attacks due to the simple and open nature of their networks. Therefore, privacy and security are the major concerns surrounding this technology, and the level of security must be audited and enhanced.

Our IoT Security Audit service enables clients to understand the security status of all exposed surfaces in the infrastructure managed by the device. We seek solutions for potential security vulnerabilities in devices connected through various technologies (NFC, Bluetooth, WiFi, others).

Code Audit add remove

The Code Audit aims to validate a guarantee of security requirements of the source code of a program, application, or service.

Through static analysis techniques, reading of the code itself, and review of its architecture, it allows us to quickly identify various types of vulnerabilities and poor development practices.

Audit for Cloud Environment add remove

The adoption of cloud services brings notable advantages, but it also introduces new risks that must be identified and controlled.

The Audit for Cloud Environments involves examining the security controls associated with cloud services and providers to detect authorization vulnerabilities, evaluate the security of storage containers, and identify potential insecure configurations.

Social Engineering Simulation add remove

One of the most common manipulation or deception techniques used by cybercriminals to obtain confidential information from users is Social Engineering. Users are the weakest link in the security chain and the primary gateway for attackers.

Social Engineering Simulations aim to raise awareness among users about the dangers this poses and the most common modes of attack. They also inform management about the risks their organization faces.

Digital Surveillance and Fraud add remove

Digital Surveillance and Fraud is a threat detection service based on Digital Intelligence. The tracking of information published on the Internet allows gathering data that jeopardizes the organization’s integrity.

This task is carried out through OSINT intelligence (Open-source intelligence) using techniques and tools to investigate content published on social media, mainstream media, blogs, forums, as well as the Deep Web and the Dark Web.

APT Penetration Test Service add remove

The term APT refers to the new silent threats that organizations face today. Protection against these advanced threats involves security solutions designed to safeguard the organization’s confidential data from complex cyber attacks such as malware, social engineering campaigns, and more.

The APT Penetration Test Service allows the analysis of an organization’s cyber resilience against targeted attacks and evaluates the maturity level of the organization’s cybersecurity capabilities. To do this, a simulated real attack with the characteristics of an Advanced Persistent Threat is carried out against the organization with the aim of gaining access to its corporate infrastructure using various tools.

Red Team Service add remove

A Red Team Service is an exercise that involves simulating a malicious attack directed at an organization’s infrastructure, systems, and services using customized offensive tools, with the goal of infiltrating the organization and analyzing its vulnerabilities.

To achieve this, our experts target the weak points and assess the possibility of gaining access to the corporate systems to analyze the potential impact this could have on the business and help strengthen the organization’s security. The objective is to demonstrate whether the organization is prepared or not for such a scenario.

A Red Team will assist in detecting and containing intrusions at early stages by identifying company-wide weaknesses, improving response procedures, enhancing monitoring systems, and providing security staff training.

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