Penetration Testing and Offensive Security Services
As cyber-attacks become more frequent, targeted and sophisticated, a proactive, periodic approach to validating security controls and identifying vulnerabilities can reduce the likelihood and severity of an attacker successfully gaining entry into your network.
The Best Defense Is a Good Offense
Today’s connected enterprises can’t afford to wait for an attack before they tune their security defenses. Our suite of Penetration Testing and Offensive Security services helps you expose and remediate vulnerabilities before an attacker has a chance to exploit them. We tailor our penetration testing services and team engagements to your unique security needs in order to assess and strengthen your organization’s security posture.
The Kudelski Security Advantage
Trusted Security Pentesting Partner
We’re trusted by the world’s largest enterprises to uncover hidden vulnerabilities in their digital assets and infrastructure.
World-Leading Security Experts
Our security engineers, developers, and leaders include the world’s foremost experts on everything from cryptography to penetration testing.
Committed to R&D
We invest millions annually in research, development, and testing to ensure customers receive the most in-depth security services available anywhere.
Our consultants and penetration test engineers have years of highly technical experience and are thought leaders within the security community as well as having attained numerous security and compliance certifications.
Penetration Testing Services for Networks, Hardware & Applications
Understand your current state of security with an automated network scan that can be used to meet compliance and audit requirements or validate patching and hardening.
Identify vulnerabilities, test business logic and access controls and search for hidden fields, values or functionality in internal or external web applications.
Identify vulnerabilities, test business logic, access controls, etc. in standalone software applications.
Identify plant equipment, product hardware, and IoT devices that may be exposing sensitive data, allowing unauthorized access, or manipulation of device commands.
Perform end-to-end security analysis on architecture design, development and testing practices for middleware that connects interfacing system components with the infrastructure.
Determine if a device is exposing sensitive data, allow for unauthorized users to gain full access to a system, or manipulates device commands. This includes OT security testing for industrial plant equipment.
Evaluate data transmission and server-side infrastructure controls and identify backend service vulnerabilities for end-user mobile apps.
Get deeper insights into systemic issues spanning systems, domains or security zones with a goal-based network test that simulates current threats.
Offensive Security Team Engagements
Uncover the avenues of entry into your network and learn how your network, security controls, alerting and monitoring systems will stand up to an attack. Our red team will attempt to evade detection across fixed and wireless networks, applications, phishing attempts and, in some cases, in the physical environment.
Improve security operations and incident response capabilities within your own environment, using your own tools. Our red team will work with your security team to design and deploy the campaign to test your defenses across fixed and wireless networks, applications and, in some cases, the physical environment.
How Face-to-Face Security Awareness Can Prevent Information Leaks – a Pentester’s Experience
In August 2008, the DEFCON security conference held its 16th session in the Riviera hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Among the litany of brilliant talks on computer security was a 30-minute presentation by Renderman on the topic of attacking client computers rather than servers. It was dubbed “How shall I pwn thee, let me count the ways” and it covered attacking an employee through his network connection, software, and Bluetooth. It was very well received.
Penetration Testing: Stories from the Trenches, Lessons Learned
Something I hear a lot when talking shop with colleagues and friends is that the companies they work with aren’t ready to undertake a penetration test (‘pentest’ for short). I find this notion puzzling. Why do they think they’re not ready for a pentest?
Penetration Testing: the Risk-Based Way
Usually a pentest is considered to belong to the realm of technical, geeky activities and is supposed to answer the question: “can my company be breached?” Unless you’ve been living under a rock during the last 10 years, you’ll know the answer is a simple “yes.” It’s just a question of the attacker’s time spent and ability.
First Steps Towards a Zero Trust Architecture
Hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructures are a real challenge in term of security and user accesses management. Traditional solutions like VPNs are usually not adapted for such scenarios. They could still work but at the expense of building a complex (and costly) web of interconnections and where micro-segmentation of accesses would be complex to manage.