Defining Penetration Testing
Penetration testing is a systematic process that simulates cyber-attacks on a computer system to identify security vulnerabilities. By detecting these vulnerabilities before malicious hackers can exploit them, businesses can better safeguard their critical data and systems.
Role in Security Audits
Security assessments, including penetration testing, are integral components of a comprehensive security audit. For instance, standards such as PCI DSS mandate regular penetration tests, especially following system changes.
A business's infrastructure is its backbone. We employ top-tier experts to scrutinize your infrastructure for vulnerabilities, ensuring its confidentiality, integrity, and availability. Regular assessments are pivotal to maintain a robust security posture.
Our Vulnerability Assessment (VA) spotlights known security flaws in your IT environment. As an Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV), ProCheckUp ensures your systems are fortified against known threats. Our annual audits maintain the precision of our vulnerability assessments.
Beyond just network infrastructure, applications are frequent targets. ProCheckUp offers exhaustive testing for web and mobile applications, including web service APIs. This assessment uncovers vulnerabilities, ensuring that your applications remain secure.
The shift towards wireless technology, while convenient, has its own set of challenges. Malicious entities consistently scout wireless networks for weak points. Our experts map out your wireless footprint, detect rogue devices, and bolster your wireless infrastructure against potential breaches
As an NCSC-approved CHECK entity, ProCheckUp is accredited to conduct IT Health Checks against critical environments. Our experienced team aligns with the NCSC CHECK guidelines, delivering top-notch security audits in line with HMG standards.