During an External Attack & Penetration Test , Secmentis consultants employ the same tools, methods and tactics used by the bad guys to breach the public-facing IT systems and network of your organization.
The goal is to identify your vulnerabilities ahead of time and advise you on how to fix them, before a real hacking incident occurs. During an external penetration test, we attempt to gain access to as many of your systems as possible from the outside.
Secmentis External Penetration Test services are available in Australia, in major cities like Sydney (New South Wales), Melbourne (Victoria), Brisbane (Queensland), Perth (Western Australia), Adelaide (South Australia), Gold Coast (Queensland), and Canberra (Australian Capital Territory), and can be provided remotely. Generally, we provide External Penetration Tests worldwide in the Americas, Asia & Pacific, Europe, and Middle East & Africa regions.
Our External Penetration Tests are conducted from the perspective of an external, malicious blackhat hacker. We methodically follow these steps:
Note: Our penetration tests begin only after you have given us explicit and signed authorization.
Secmentis will provide you with a report which includes the following deliverables at the end of our testing:
Can you confidently answer "Yes!" to the following?
We provide peace of mind by putting these fears and assumptions to the test.
We take your cyber security seriously. Our External Penetration Tests are tailor-made for your organization.
Our team individually hold a wide range of Information Security accreditations, including CISA, CEH, and SANS-GIAC. Our cyber security consultants are seasoned professionals with years of experience in the field.
We employ a simple quoting process - let us know what you need, and you'll receive our quote right away. We offer fixed, transparent, no-risk pricing, so you know how much it will cost, before we begin.
We conduct tailor-made external penetration testing against your organization. This means our penetration tests are designed according to your business, no matter how big or small.
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Although not publicly or explicitly, some competitors with malicious intentions use illegal hacking to target and damage your organization.
They target : (a) Trade and Corporate secrets, (b) Key people and employee information, and (c) Business plans and practices.
Organized Cyber Criminals look mostly for immediate or long-term financial gain, through blackmail.
They target : (a) Credit card information, (b) Employee personal information, (c) Sensitive business information, and (d) Trade secrets.
Hacktivists are motivated by social or political change (e.g. promoting a political agenda).
They target : (a) Key people and employee information (e.g. emails), (b) Sensitive business information, (c) Trade and Corporate secrets.
Nation states target your organization to gain political, economic or military advantage, depending on the industry you are in.
They target : (a) Key people and employee information (e.g. emails), (b) Sensitive business information, (c) Trade and Corporate secrets, (d) Emerging technology.
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Our External Penetration Tests are tailor-made for your organization and cover your specific external IT assets.
We attempt to breach Internet-facing web servers and websites belonging to your organization (e.g. Apache HTTP Server, Nginx, IIS, etc.).
We attempt to penetrate Internet-facing VPN servers belonging to your organization (e.g. Cisco VPN, Juniper SSL VPN, Palo Alto SSL VPN, OpenVPN, etc.)
We attempt to infiltrate Internet-facing mail servers belonging to your organization (e.g. Exim, Postfix, Outlook, etc.)
We attempt to penetrate Internet-facing application servers belonging to your organization (e.g. Oracle, Apache Tomcat, etc.)
We attempt to breach Internet-facing database servers belonging to your organization (e.g. MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, etc.)
We attempt to infiltrate Internet-facing file servers belonging to your organization (e.g. FTP servers, SFTP servers, NFS servers, SMB/CIF servers, etc.)