There are various ways in which a digital system can be vulnerable to attack. Our range of data security testing methods allows us to cover them all. If you’re concerned about specific issues, we can provide just one service — but if you want to cover everything, we can deploy them all.
Let’s take a closer look at the website testing services we provide for Bristol, Bath, and beyond, giving some insight into what exactly they involve. This may tell you what type of cloud security testing you’re looking for, allowing you to get everything lined up appropriately.
This broad test investigates the foundation of your network, searching for myriad vulnerabilities. This allows us to check the safety of your digital assets, classify the overall risks posed, and provide a list of prioritised actions for fixing issues.
It may be highly convenient, but using a wireless network can present some problems. Our wireless penetration testing probes for flaws, determines what the damage could be, and forms a strong plan for making your network extremely secure.
The technical strength of your system isn’t the only issue. The primary users add key points of weakness. Social engineering tricks people into revealing details. Our test gauges how your employees respond to efforts to undermine your company.
Most business websites don’t just just static pages: they’re functionally complex, offering rich user experiences and collecting data. That makes them easy targets. Our testing can help you protect your brand and ensure full regulatory compliance.
Firewall rule sets quickly become outdated, leading to growing insecurity. Our penetration testing will detect any unsafe configurations and recommend changes through which you can optimise your security without damaging your throughput.
If a host server becomes compromised, everything running on it will be a viable target. Our server testing can gauge the extent to which your server systems and applications have been hardened against intrusion, then suggest improvements.
Since GDPR (the General Data Protection Regulation) states that all personal data breaches must be reported to the supervisory authority within 72 hours and can carry fines of up to 4% of global turnover. Are you prepared?
If you’re not sure which service fits your requirements, then the best thing to do is get in touch so you can discuss your unique requirements with one of our experienced security consultants. We’ll figure out not only which service (or services) you need, but also what level of assessment is warranted by the nature of your system(s).
If an automated report is enough in your case, we won’t want to charge you for anything more. And if that won’t suffice, then we’ll recommend full testing with one of our experts poring over the results and issuing a comprehensive review of the vulnerabilities found. Get in touch today and we’ll get the ball rolling as soon as possible.