An authorized computer intrusion attempt is made to the infrastructure using the same techniques as a group of attackers or computer spies would use against it in the real world.
Our goals to show the risks and threats from different points of view and profiles such as external, internal, suppliers and customers access. The weaknesses found are reported along the possible solutions.
An authorized intrusion attempt is made to the physical infrastructure. Just as it takes a computer security test this service detects potentialfailures in the communications, building access controls, videosurveillance (CCTV), alarm and waste management.
Often a lot is invested in hardware and software security solutions but that does not take into account that a person can easily walk into a datacenter.
An authorized intrusion attempt is made to the security architecture using as an attack vector, the weakest link: the user. In order to verify the correct configuration of workstations and awareness of established security policies.
This service is designed to exploit the trust of the end users of your company. Recreating real escenerarios both electronic and physical with the aim to take control of their computers and then use the compromised workstations as a gateway to the internal network.
Code Review has been found to be one of the most effective ways to find bugs and serious security flaws within applications. Infobyte Security Research with its extensive experience doing code review can bring depth and new perspective when it comes to the security of the most critical applications for your organization. This method complemented by automatic scanners and penetration tests is a highly successful way of minimising security risks for your organization.
Our service is based on practices and industry standards for the most used technologies and languages (Java, ASP .NET, C #, ASP, PHP, Python, etc).
The vulnerabilities are identified directly in the code. They then are classified by risk and with advice on the best way to remedy the problem trying the minimize both the effort required and the general impact on the organization.
A Payment Card Industry (PCI) ASV Scan checks your network for any security vulnerabilities that may impact your organization’s ability to comply with the PCI Data Security Standard (DSS).
Any company that accepts, processes, or stores credit card information needs to comply with the standards set by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council.
The PCI-SSC requires that compliant organizations use an Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) to conduct scans. Infobyte Security Reseach is an Approved Scanning Vendor and is authorized to perform this scans.
If you need help in identifying PCI-related deficiencies in your security plan, our team can help with consultations as well as internal and external penetration testing and vulnerability scanning.
Secure development is a practice to ensure that the code and processes that go into developing applications are as secure as possible. Secure development entails the utilization of several processes, including the implementation of a Secure Development Lifecycle (SDLC) and secure coding itself.
Infobyte SDL Integration service is designed to help organizations integrate security into all phases of the software development process.
We make security and privacy an integral part of how software is developed.
Application's security requires a continuous process of identifying threats. Our Continuous Monitoring and Scanning service automates all the latest tools, scans and attacks used by our Red Team. These tools and scans are then fed into Faraday where they can be viewed in real-time.
Faraday Cloud allows for the centralization and management of the information collected by our Red Team. This information can then be easily accessed and possible threats to an organization's infrastructure can be spotted before they become a problem and appropriate solutions can be taken.