During a Physical Penetration Test, Secmentis consultants attempt to bypass physical security controls to gain unauthorized access to your offices, buildings, and data centers, to evaluate the effectiveness of your physical security controls and employee awareness.
The goal of physical penetration testing is to uncover vulnerabilities in physical security controls and advise you on how to fix them, before malicious third parties exploit them.
Secmentis Physical Penetration Test services are available internationally and are provided locally on-site. We provide Physical Penetration Tests worldwide in the Americas, Asia & Pacific, Europe, and Middle East & Africa regions.
Our Physical Penetration Tests are conducted by simulating an intruder into your facilities. We methodically follow these steps:
Note: Our physical intrusion 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:
We take your cyber security seriously. Our Physical Penetration Tests are tailor-made for your organization and specific case.
Our cyber security consultants are seasoned professionals with years of experience in the field.
We conduct tailor-made penetration testing against your organization's physical locations. This means no "canned" tests or reports from us.
Our reports clearly convey issues and remediation recommendations to both your business and technical teams.
We offer fixed, transparent, no-risk pricing, with no surprises.
Our services are available internationally, regardless of location, and are performed locally on-site.
As a customer of ours, we will make sure to keep you happy! We believe in building long-term relationships with our customers.
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During our Physical Penetration Tests we bypass physical security controls and also blend social engineering attacks to manipulate your employees to gain physical access to restricted areas.
We attempt to bypass fences, restricted access points, and secured perimeters.
We attempt to access restricted areas without triggering alarms during our physical intrusions.
We attempt to gain unauthorized access without being caught on video and/or triggering a response by physical security personnel.
We identify weak locks and other weak mechanical access controls (e.g. gates, doors, etc.) and bypass them to gain unauthorized access to restricted areas.
We exploit access/RFID card and keypad weaknesses to attempt to gain unauthorized access.
We attempt to bypass security personnel and employees through social engineering attacks and spoofed identification cards.
“The Secmentis team was very professional in their communications and testing approach, and the penetration testing was very thorough. We were very happy with the report, and found the report to be very well written and very detailed. Secmentis did a great job and delivered the engagement quickly and effectively.”
Director, (undisclosed) Insurance company
“It was great working with the Secmentis team: They quickly understood our requirements and appreciated our tight deadlines, and performed very comprehensive, timely, and useful testing.”
Head of IT, (undisclosed) Internet company
“We were extremely pleased with Secmentis’ work on the penetration testing engagements. The reports created by Secmentis were very helpful and of very high quality.”
Director, (undisclosed) Social Media company
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Let's explore some of the consequences of a physical intrusion attack on your organization.
Will your customers trust you with their information again, if criminals start selling it or abusing it?
Following a malicious physical intrusion attack, your business will suffer financial loss, due to theft of trade secrets and customer data.
Inevitably, most physical intrusion attacks result in information loss, for instance, loss of trade and corporate secrets, personal information, business practices, and credit card information.
A physical intrusion that results in theft of a critical company laptop or server may make your customers and vendors start thinking how to walk away, once the news is out.
Depending on the scale of the physical intrusion attack and the kind of information that is stolen, you will (inevitably) start losing customers.
Worst of all, your customers may decide to sue you, due to personal information losses, and depending on the kind of customer data your business handles.
Most attacked industries: · Financial Services; · Utilities & Energy; · Communications; · Services; · Technology; · Media; · Consumer Products; · Hospitality; · Retail; · Public sector
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