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    Penetration Testing in Philippines

    Penetration testing is the best method to determine the security posture of your organization. Penetration testing is the simulated attack on information systems by experienced security professionals that uses predetermined methodologies and frameworks to test for system stress, vulnerability, robustness, confidentiality, authenticity/integrity of resources, processes, and services.

    Penetration testing helps you to understand how an intruder can infiltrate or impact your organization's network, physical premises, information systems, and critical resources. Penetration testing empowers you to measure your organization's security capabilities so that it can identify its security gaps.

    These are the Benefits of Penetration Testing :

    Penetration testing gives you a better knowledge of how dependable is your network infrastructure, system administration, security policy enforcement, user and administrator authentication and access control, and data protection mechanisms.

    Penetration testing allows your organization to calibrate its incident response capability by identifying security weaknesses and improving timely detection of possible intrusions.

    It helps you determine which information is critical to the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of your network resources. This is important when establishing appropriate security controls, security guidelines, and service levels.

    Penetration testing allows your organization to identify the most critical resources that need higher protection, additional security mechanisms like firewalls, encryption, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), authentication servers, etc.

    It helps you decide which system should be first in line for patching or upgrading of security softwares.

    It allows you to discover if any software functions in an insecure manner. It also helps you determine which of your organization's security policies, guidelines, and configuration options are effective or ineffective.

    In order for penetration testing to be effective, the testing must be done by a team of professionals with specific expertise and skills.

    Types of Penetration Testing:

    Black box testing : This is when the testing team has limited or no knowledge of your internal network, systems, security policies, guidelines, and configuration options. Also known as zero knowledge testing , this method simulates real-world attacks to test your organization's resilience against external or anonymous attackers.

    White box testing : This is when the penetration testers have full knowledge of your information systems, security policies, guidelines, and configuration options. Also known as full knowledge testing , this method is done from the inside of the network looking out to ensure that all entry points are identified and tested.

    Gray box testing : This is when the penetration testers have partial knowledge of your information systems, security policies, guidelines, and configuration options. Also known as partial knowledge testing , this method is done from the inside of the network looking out to ensure that all entry points are identified and tested.

    How can we help?

    At IAS, our security experts have extensive experience in conducting penetration tests for countless organizations in many different industries around the world. We provide the following types of penetration testing :

    Policy-based penetration testing  for evaluating adherence to security policies, standards, and guidelines. Policy-based penetration tests are highly customizable and can test for specific vulnerabilities in your organization's network infrastructure (e.g., system administration, user authentication, user access control). These tests use manual techniques that include both black and white box testing.

    Network penetration testing  for evaluating the security controls of your network and telecommunications infrastructure (e.g., system administration, authentication, access control, data communications). These tests use manual techniques that include both black and white box testing.

    Application penetration testing  for evaluating the security controls of critical business applications (e.g., databases, Web applications). These tests use manual and automated techniques that include black box testing.

    Vulnerability assessment  for identifying the vulnerabilities of your organization's information systems. Vulnerability assessments are a part of most penetration tests and can be conducted in-house or by a third party on a regular basis depending on your organization's risk profile. These tests use manual and automated techniques that include black box testing.

    Vulnerability scanning  for identifying vulnerabilities in your organization's information systems using automated tools. This approach is faster than conducting vulnerability assessments, but it does not explain the consequences of the identified vulnerabilities or provide remediation guidance like a penetration test would. Vulnerability scanning can be conducted in-house or by a third party on a regular basis depending on your organization's risk profile. These tests use both black and white box testing.

    Social engineering assessment  for evaluating the strength of your organization's physical security, telecommunications, IT support personnel training, and awareness programs to determine whether internal people pose a threat to your information systems. These tests use manual techniques that include white box testing.

    Physical penetration testing  for evaluating the physical security of your organization's information systems and supporting hardware in a laboratory environment to identify potential vulnerabilities in access controls. Physical penetration tests are typically reserved for organizations with critical facility infrastructures (e.g., military, government, and large enterprises). These tests use manual and automated techniques that include both black and white box testing.

    How to apply for Penetration Testing:

    Fill in the Application form and contact IAS and have a free discussion on the procedure, cost and time for condcting peneteration testing. For more information regrading to Penetration Testing E-mail: [email protected] or Call @ +6531591803