Cloud Penetration Testing
Cloud penetration testing involves simulating cyberattacks on cloud-based systems and applications to identify vulnerabilities and potential security threats. Our cloud penetration testing will find the weaknesses to identify the most efficient way to improve your cloud-based systems.
Application Penetration Testing
Application penetration testing is a security assessment process that involves probing software applications to identify security weaknesses and vulnerabilities. Our pen testing services are top in the industry. We look forward to showing you why we are the penetration testing company more companies are turning to every day.
The Best Defense is a Good Offence
Today, on average, it's proven that Hackers remain undetected in an organization's network for more than 200 days. Given this unsettling statistic, it is impossible for organizations to know if their network is compromised. As today's Hackers become more brazen and lay dormant in networks, organizations must make a fundamental shift in how they ensure their network security. Through cybersecurity penetration testing, we will discover any vulnerabilities that exist within your network. Our penetration testing services are built to evolve with the times. Professional hackers are constantly evolving their skills and our cloud penetration testing is no different.
Network Penetration Testing
Network penetration testing is a security assessment process that involves probing computer networks to identify vulnerabilities and security weaknesses. This network testing is amongst the best penetrating testing services on the market today. Our network penetration testing will use various proven successful methods for hackers. Systems that pass our testing are amongst the most secure in the industry.
Physical Penetration Testing
Physical penetration testing is a security assessment process that involves attempting to gain unauthorized access to physical facilities or assets such as buildings, data centers, or servers. We highly recommend physical penetration testing on an annual basis as we update our testing methodologies to reflect the latest methods used by current threats
Penetration Test Vs. Audit
Most organizations today participate in Annual Security Audits designed to assess the security measures that protect their IT infrastructure.
SXIPHER supports such organizations in their annual security testing by providing in-house Penetration Tests. In the Penetration Test, SXIPHER will attempt to hack the organization’s system by deploying the same methods and tactics used by bad actors. This testing is highly effective in determining if an organization’s IT infrastructure can withstand a similar attack as it is deploying current methods and tactics in real life. Web application penetration testing is the best way to discover how prepared your network is for an attack.
By going beyond the Annual Security Audit and providing Penetration Testing, the organization shifts from a defensive to an offensive posture. We look forward to showing you what our penetration testing services can do for you.
Access to Sxipher Client Portal
Confirm your testing perpramaters
Continuous monthly penetration testing and Phishing
24/7 Network Monitoring.
What Information Do Hackers Want, And What Do They Do With It?
Employee Records, Bank Account Information, Passwords, Customer Records, Credit Card Numbers, SSNs, Tax ID Numbers, Email Addresses, and more are all valuable to Cybercriminals
Hackers sell the information gained on the Dark Web to Criminals that use them for identity theft
Why Are Organizations A Target For Hackers?
Most do not believe their organization is at risk.
Most are not concerned about becoming a victim of a Hack
Most do not understand the true nature and scale of cybercrime.
Many provide services to larger companies, and when the Hacker breaches their network, they then move into the more prominent organizations
Many realize that they’re operating under false assumptions only when it’s too late to do anything about it
Why Are Mid-Sized Businesses Easily Manipulated And Coerced By Hackers?
When a large organization's network is infected with ransomware and given a ransom note demanding payment to recover encrypted files, they can either pay the ransom or decline the amount and bet on their ability to recover from backup files. Conversely, when a mid-sized business faces the same situation, the choices aren't always the same. Many mid-sized organizations do not have proper disaster and recovery plans and processes, so they are forced to pay the ransom to continue business operations. Utilize our services for ransomware protection and protect your business from the evolving threats of today’s landscape. Having the proper ransomware protection in place could save your business thousands of dollars.