Security Risk Assessment
Security Risk Assessment is a point-in-time review of your organizations’ technology, people and processes to identify problems. Risk Management is an ongoing process where you round up all the identified risks in your company and work towards eliminating them. Click to here to contact us.
A penetration test, colloquially known as a pen test, pentest or ethical hacking, is an authorized simulated cyberattack on a computer system, performed to evaluate the security of the system. Not to be confused with a vulnerability assessment. The test is performed to identify both weaknesses including the potential for unauthorized parties to gain access to the system’s features and data, as well as strengths, enabling a full risk assessment to be completed.
Vulnerability Analysis and Assessment
A vulnerability assessment is the process of identifying, quantifying, and prioritizing (or ranking) the vulnerabilities in a system. Examples of systems for which vulnerability assessments are performed include, but are not limited to, information technology systems, energy supply systems, water supply systems, transportation systems, and communication systems. Such assessments may be conducted on behalf of a range of different organizations, from small businesses up to large regional infrastructures.
Wi-Fi Security Testing
A wireless penetration test will examine your network using a methodology similar to the standard wired penetration test. However, they will focus on the wireless as the gateway to exploit your vulnerabilities. Thus, selecting the right partner to conduct the wireless penetration testing is an important decision.
Web Application Security Testing
Web application security testing is the process of testing, analyzing and reporting on the security level and/or posture of a Web application. The key objective behind Web application security testing is to identify any vulnerabilities or threats that can jeopardize the security or integrity of the Web application.
As part of the Penetration Testing Process, Topgallant Partners uses social engineering techniques based on specific attributes of human decision-making known as cognitive biases. These biases, sometimes called “bugs in the human hardware”, are exploited in various combinations to create attack techniques, some of which are listed below. The attacks we use in social engineering can be used to steal employees’ confidential information.
The enterprise is facing a dangerous combination of mounting cybersecurity threats of increasing subtlety—and a widening gap in the skills required to identify and combat them. Having someone who knows how to lead the charge in identifying and analyzing threats, creating strategic security plans and ensuring compliance requires the right level of expertise. Topgallant Provides skilled Consultants and Contract CISO but on a more cost-effective basis on need rather than just filling another slot and increasing overhead.