The growing digitalisation of business operations creates numerous entry points for cyber attackers to compromise critical systems and expose assets, data and customer information. Organisations are also facing relentless pressure from regulators and stakeholders to quantify the effectiveness of their security controls across their systems and platforms and provide a clear roadmap of remediation.
Ethical hacking exercises are an effective way to test an organisation's prevention and detection capabilities with real world cyber attack scenarios. However, to get the most value from these exercises, they should be approached as programmatic, strategic exercises that deliver intelligence driven insight into new or emerging weaknesses in a business.
We aim to replicate the techniques used by real world attackers by delivering bespoke intelligence driven simulated attack exercises that assess the full suite of defence in depth controls, including the often overlooked areas of people and processes. We further focus our approach based on the risk profile for each client to make our ethical hacking services as realistic and tailored as possible.
Clearly understand and communicate the security vulnerabilities within your business to key stakeholders.
Inform your compliance efforts to meet regulatory requirements and standards such as CHECK, ISO 27001, NIST CSF and PCI DSS.
Assess your ability to detect and respond to real world cyber attacks rather than theoretical scenarios.
Evaluate the effectiveness of your security tools, technology and processes.
Develop a remediation plan that seeks to address the root cause issues and reduce risk exposure across the whole organisation.
We are members of CREST’s Simulated Targeted Attack & Response (STAR) scheme. This demonstrates our proven experience and ability to deliver threat intelligence led simulated attack and red team exercises.