Simulated hacker attacks to determine
real-world risk to your organization


Social engineering, IDS evasion
Spearphishing, AV evasion, more...

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Professional, experienced and
certified consultants

  • Network Penetration Testing

    Network Penetration Testing

    We simulate real-world attacks by attempting to bypass system controls in your internal network or Internet-facing network.
  • Vulnerability Assessment

    Vulnerability Assessment

    Consultants carry out steps to identify, quantify and apply risk ratings for security vulnerabilities within systems and hosts.
  • Application Penetration Testing

    App Penetration Testing

    Our experienced consultants thoroughly examine your apps for application-centric security vulnerabilities.
  • Wireless Security Testing

    Wireless Security Testing

    We examine the architecture/components of a wireless network in an effort to identify any weaknesses in the implementation.
  • Social Engineering

    Social Engineering

    Consultants trick employees into divulging confidential information via Email Phishing, Telephone, Baiting and other methods.
  • Data Breach Investigation

    Data Breach Investigation

    We work with you in an effort to determine the impact of a data breach and provide expert advice in mitigating any future risk.

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  • Contact us now regarding your next security project

    We can provide you with an estimate for your next information security project within two days.

Latest Post

  • Does Compliance Equal Security?

    Does Compliance Equal Security?

    Compliance with regulation is an arduous task of conducting business. Security is a cost center that can impede business and therefore revenue. Compliance is security, or at least, secure enough. These are common perspectives of security organizations and the security field in general. Time and again companies tick check boxes for compliance in order to meet the demands of auditors and navigate the well worn paths they consider equivalent to security. Compliance became security because it was necessary to conduct business and so chasing compliance became the focus of many security programs, but does it make our data more secure?

    Does Compliance Mean "Secure?"
    The PCI-DSS, as an example, provides a workable security model for the protection of credit card data and related personal information. It is easily one of the most popular compliance targets for a company to pursue and encompasses a broad selection of controls and scenarios. It is a decent standard to work from when securing data, but it has not stopped numerous companies who are listed as compliant with the PCI-DSS from being compromised. Compliance with a set standard often does not take into account the specific context of a business’ environment.…

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