Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing
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Cyber-Attack has become a really common thing in today's world, impacting thousands of systems, servers, websites and networks each day. India's average total cost of a data breach reached an all-time high at ₹17.6 crores in fiscal 2022, a 6.6% increase from last year's ₹16.5 crores and a climb of 25% from the ₹14 crores seen in 2020.

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) are security services that we utilize to detect risks and vulnerabilities in the system infrastructure. Vulnerability Assessment focuses on internal organizational security, while Penetration Testing focuses on external real-world risk. We can secure your business and help you to prevent cyber-attacks and keep your network safe.

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VAPT

A vulnerability assessment is a process for identifying and evaluating vulnerabilities in a computer system, network, or web application. The goal of a vulnerability assessment is to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers and to prioritize those vulnerabilities based on their potential impact and likelihood of exploitation.

Penetration testing, also known as "pen testing" or "penetration testing," is a simulated cyber attack on a computer system, network, or web application to evaluate the security of the system. Penetration testing is typically performed by ethical hackers who are hired to identify vulnerabilities in a system before they can be exploited by malicious hackers.

Both vulnerability assessments and penetration testing are important tools for improving the security of a computer system, network, or web application. However, there are some key differences between the two :

  • Vulnerability assessments are typically focused on identifying vulnerabilities, whereas penetration testing involves actively trying to exploit those vulnerabilities to determine if they can be used to gain unauthorized access to a system.
  • Vulnerability assessments are typically done on a regular basis to identify newly discovered vulnerabilities, whereas penetration testing is typically done on an ad-hoc basis when a specific security concern arises.
  • Vulnerability assessments are typically performed by security professionals or specialized software tools, whereas penetration testing often involves more advanced techniques and is typically performed by experienced ethical hackers.

Overall, both vulnerability assessments and penetration testing are important for improving the security of a system, and organizations should consider using both as part of their overall security strategy.

Working Process

PENETRATION TESTING METHODOLOGY

A penetration test is based on a five-phase methodology : Planning, Reconnaissance, Scanning, Exploitation / Post Exploitation and Reporting.

Our Methodology is based on the following industry standards :

OWASP Testing Guide v4
NIST 800-115
The Pen Testing Execution Standard (PTES)
PCI Pen Testing Guidance

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01
Planning

determining the scope, requirements, backups, restrictions and agreements.

02
Reconnaissance

test goals are defined and gathering different kinds of information about the target.

03
Scanning

scanning tools are used to understand how a target responds to intrusions.

04
Exploitation

taking controls over network devices and web applications and then maintaining that access.

05
Reporting

outcome of the pentest : summary, purpose, scope, vulnerabilities, recommendations etc.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers Of Commonly Asked Questions.

Who needs Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing?

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) is recommended for any organization that has critical information stored on its computer systems or networks. This includes businesses, government agencies, financial institutions, healthcare organizations, and any other organization that is at risk of a cyber attack. VAPT can help these organizations identify and remediate vulnerabilities in their systems, reducing the likelihood of a successful attack.

Why is VAPT important?

VAPT is important because it helps organizations identify and remediate vulnerabilities in their systems and applications before they can be exploited by attackers. By conducting regular VAPT, organizations can improve the security of their systems and protect against potential breaches.

Why do we do VAPT?

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) is performed to identify, assess, and exploit vulnerabilities in a computer system, network, or web application. The goal of VAPT is to improve the security of the system by identifying and remedying vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by attackers. VAPT can help organizations protect against potential cyber attacks, safeguard sensitive information, and maintain the integrity of their systems. By conducting regular VAPT, organizations can improve the security of their systems and protect against potential breaches.

How often should VAPT be performed?

The frequency of VAPT depends on the size and complexity of the organization, as well as the sensitivity of the information stored on its systems. In general, it is recommended to perform VAPT at least once a year, or after significant changes to the system.

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we will analyse how secure your organisation/network is by discovering vulnerabilities.

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