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.
  • 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

  • Are You Still Using SSL? TLS Is The New Black

    Are You Still Using SSL? TLS Is The New Black

    With all of the new and not-so-new SSL vulnerabilities discovered as of late, it's no wonder that many organizations are shifting away from SSL altogether. In fact, many of the organizations we interact with have either migrated already or plan to migrate this quarter. Why you might ask? Essentially, the SSL POODLE vulnerability almost effectively killed SSL altogether and those organizations under PCI-DSS regulatory compliance felt its full force. As a result, SSL is becoming a virtual four-letter word. And TLS is now the new black.

    So what's in store for PCI-DSS and SSL?
    According to a recent PCI-DSS QSA newsletter (Jan 30, 2015), some changes will be made with respect to SSL and its recent vulnerabilities. The PCI newsletter had this to say:

    "In order to address a few minor updates and clarifications and one impacting change, there will be a revision for PCI DSS and PA-DSS v3.0 in the very near future. The impacting change is related to several vulnerabilities in the SSL protocol. Because of this, no version of SSL meets PCI SSC’s definition of “strong cryptography,” and updates to the standards are needed to address this issue."

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