Cyberattack Prevention

One click is all it takes
You can become a victim of cybercrime with the simple
click of a link. It's easier to get hacked than you might think.1

Cybercriminals are targeting smaller, easy to hack businesses more often.2
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Don't trust every link
If your devices or accounts are compromised,
would your company pay the ransom for access to its files?

It happens more often than you'd expect.3
We can help you prepare yourselves. Contact us now.
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[1] Clicking unverified links can take you to malicious sites or install malware. Source
[2] According to a 2019 Verizon report, 43% of victims were small businesses Source
[3] Ransomware attacks are increasing yearly. Source

A vulnerability scan identifies potential vulnerabilities in network devices like routers, switches, servers, firewalls and applications but does not actually try to exploit those vulnerabilities. It is lower in cost to a penetration test due to this limitation.

Our cyber threat intelligence service provides you with a threat assessment based on information that hackers are known to use to impersonate a high-level decision maker and launch more effective phishing attacks against your organisation.

A web application penetration testing uses manual and automated approaches to identify security threats or vulnerabilities in your web application. We approach penetration test from black-box, grey-box, and clear-box perspectives.

Wireless networks are one of the most common entry points that attackers use to gain access to your network. They are difficult to control, monitor, and protect which is why wireless network security experts are often hired to test them.

Our infrastructure penetration testing service helps you ensure that your customer data, intellectual property and financial information remains secure from threats, from both external and internal parties. 

Mobile applications are a must for most major consumer-facing organisations and development cycles continually shorten. Our mobile app penetration testing help you ensure your mobile app is sound from a security perspective.

Why Perform Penetration Tests

Prevent costly breaches
Breaches can cost your organisation a lot of money in the form of lost revenue from a service being down, costs of remediating and recovering data from a ransomware attack, fines and penalties from breaches (GDPR), and the loss of intellectual property. Prevention is the best defense.

Safeguard your organisation’s reputation and customer loyalty
Trust and loyalty are hard things to gain the first time around, let alone trying to win them for a second time. Penetration testing ensures that customer data are safe, that you are a trustworthy organisation to do business with, and helps avoid negative press; all things that can erode customer’s perception of your organisation.

Help meet regulatory requirements 
Some industries require their suppliers to meet specific security requirements or compliance policies. Our cybersecurity services provide comprehensive reports that describe the extent to which compliance is met, along with any possible improvement points.

Avoid loss of productivity
Avoid the costs of network/application downtime on customer experience and employee productivity. Your software going down will make your clients unhappy and search for new suppliers.

How Often Penetration Testing Should Be Performed

Cybersecurity has changed a lot in the last few years with cyberattacks becoming more sophisticated and more frequent. Penetration tests should, therefore, be performed at regular intervals to ensure that your organisation is secure from newly discovered vulnerabilities and that it is up-to-date with the most current cybersecurity practices. Vulnerability scans should be conducted monthly or quarterly with penetration tests being conducted yearly or as needed. Additionally, penetration tests should be conducted whenever:

  • Additions, or significant modifications to infrastructure or applications;
  • New office locations are established;
  • Modifications to the end-user policies;
  • Indications of a security breach appear.

Contact Us

For more information about how penetration testing can help you secure your applications and networks, contact us using the contact form below or call Baruch Annink at +31 (0) 646 955 406.