Penetration Testing

Do not let your company be susceptible to a cyber security breach. Mindcore can help you run penetration tests on your current security systems to identify and evaluate potential risks and vulnerabilities.

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Identify Your Weaknesses
Secure Your Data
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What is Penetration Testing?

Penetration testing (pen test) is a white hat or ethical hacking approach that tests the current security of an organization’s computer system. At Mindcore, our experts stimulate a cyber attack on your infrastructure to find security gaps and flaws that could lead to potential threats. We carefully attack known weak spots within your web application to find the vulnerabilities that are putting your data at risk.

Pen Test Consultation 

After we repeat the penetration tests through various automated tools, we collect all of the information from each test to give you a detailed report on what our team found during the process. Our report includes a full list of all the vulnerabilities we identified in your infrastructure, including how we tested each potential risk. We also provide comprehensive recommendations on how to resolve these vulnerabilities to make your system more secure. Our team will work with you during your consultation to make sure you understand each potential risk and walk you through the actions that need to be taken to avoid security threats.

How Penetration Testing Works

Let’s get to work right away to uncover what risks exist in your company. Here are the steps we take to perform penetration testing on your current IT system.

Schedule Your Pen Test Consultation

Before we begin testing, we will work with you and your company to develop a plan of action on what parts of your current system and security to evaluate. Once we have the list finalized of all the devices to test within your infrastructure, one of our experts will determine which pen test is right for your business.

Web Application Penetration Testing

After our initial consultation, our expert will collect data on your systems to plan out the stimulated attack. We’ll perform a scan to find the vulnerabilities in your current security that are putting your data at risk for potential threats. We may use several techniques to repeat the pen test against your system to get the most accurate results.

Comprehensive Reporting and Recommendations

Based on the results after testing, we develop a plan along with a budget to address the security issues within your infrastructure. We develop a detailed report of the findings and share them with you to help you make analytical decisions moving forward with your web application security. We also include how we tested each potential risk and recommendations on how to solve each issue.

Remediation Plans and Validating Fixes

Once your company is able to review the report and remediation plan, our team will help resolve the security risks that were identified during the pen test. We’ll rerun the penetration test once we resolve all the issues to make sure all vulnerabilities were effectively solved and provide you with an updated report on each finding.

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