Why should you have a pentetration test?


Vulnerability Explotation

Privilege Escalation

Lateral Movement Within Your Network

Data Exfiltration

One of the most critical challenges for IT departments and leaders across industries is determining whether or not your tools, systems, settings, and configurations are working in concert sufficiently to prevent cyber attacks and up to par is it relates to compliance and regulatory agencies.

Penetration and vulnerability testing services are necessary in order to:

Identify gaps between security tools

Prioritize potential cyber security risks

Discover “backdoors” and mis-configurations

Know any and all potential attack vectors

Gain insight into the ROI of your current cybersecurity efforts

Respond to an actual breach quickly and effectively

Firewall Penetration

A firewall monitors the incoming and outgoing traffic of your network, and works to filter out and detect various forms of malware, phishing, and other forms of cyber attacks. Our external penetration testing will help detect any gaps or flaws in your current firewall setup.

Network Security Penetration Testing

Your internal network has a variety of potential points of attack for hackers, from systems and hosts to various networking devices. Abiding Solutions' network pen test consulting services help you discover which parts of your network are most vulnerable.

Web Application Penetration Testing

Abiding Solutions can conduct web application pen testing via either a Whitebox or Blackbox approach, in conjunction with manual inspection and reviews. We’ll guide you through the entire process, from information gathering and identity management testing to cryptography and client-side testing.

Cloud Computing Penetration Testing

Whether you work with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, or any other cloud service provider large or small, we’ll help you conduct quick and effective cloud computing penetration testing to ensure the safety and security of data handled by any cloud vendors or partners.

Hardware Penetration Testing

Today’s hackers aren’t just limiting themselves to phishing and malware. Physical servers, personal computers, and company-issued laptops are all vulnerable hardware entry points.