Infrastructure Security Testing
An infrastructure penetration test is a method of evaluating the security of a computer system or network by simulating an attack from a malicious source. IT infrastructure and network is of critical importance to every company's successful operation.
Why do you need an infrastructure test?
Organisations need to ensure that all vulnerabilities which may affect their network and infrastructure environments are identified, prioritised and the appropriate solutions are addressed to solve these issues. The effect of lapse in security on a company name can be detrimental.
How can we help you?
Infrastructure testing can be performed from both perspectives: an external, assessing your infrastructure that is publically accessible, and internal, assessing the perspective of an attacker that was able to gain access to your premises/offices or bypass your network perimeter security.
Testing is typically performed against a variety of different systems such as (but not limited to): Web, Mail, Application, Database servers, VPNS, Remote Access Gateways, Network devices, Domain controllers.
To ensure the overall infrastructure security we will be looking into (but not limited to):
- Missing operating system security patches
- Missing security patches for third party products
- Outdated Software
- Weak password policy
- Server and host configuration issues
Working with a personal account manager and dedicated member of the technical team, ProCheckUp will support and guide your company from the initial enquiry stage through to defining the necessary remedial action. You can read more about our processes here.
Contact us to discuss your company's infrastructure penetration testing needs.