While strong external security is paramount, sophisticated adversaries have found ways to circumvent your firewalls and other perimeter security solutions. Adversaries often achieve this goal by launching targeted phishing attacks that entice employees to click a malicious link, open an infected document or lead them to the attacker’s website. Organizations must develop strong layers of internal security to mitigate the risk of these attacks.
Network penetration testing aims to identify security vulnerabilities that exist inside of the company network for enumeration and remediation. Such testing enables your network and security professionals to gain insights on vulnerabilities as to enable them to fix the problem. The primary objective of network penetration testing is to improve your network’s security hygiene.
Canary Trap has developed a unique methodology that simulates a real-world attack launched by a sophisticated adversary on a business network, connected devices and network applications. Our approach seeks to identify security issues before adversaries can locate and exploit them.
To meet a high standard of security, corporate networks must be regularly tested for vulnerabilities. When performed regularly, penetration testing will inform your business where the weaknesses exist in your security model. This ensures your business can achieve a balance between maintaining the best network security possible. The results of a internal penetration test can also assist your business with improved planning when it comes to business continuity and disaster recovery.
Canary Trap offers our clients network penetration testing will identify, enumerate and help to resolve any security vulnerabilities that could be exploited by adversaries to cause harm. Canary Trap’s unique approach combines human expertise with automated penetration testing tools, artificial and threat intelligence to ensure that we take a thorough, in-depth approach to solving this problem.
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Internal Network Penetration Test
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Complete the Scoping Questionnaire as a precursor to facilitating a scoping call with one of Canary Trap’s security experts. Canary Trap will draft a fully customized Statement of Work for each engagement. The Statement of Work will articulate our unique Approach and Methodology, In-scope Work Items, Key Deliverables, Roles, Responsibilities, Cost(s) and Timeline associated with undertaking the work effort.
Upon receiving the signed Statement of Work and corresponding Purchase Order, Canary Trap will move to assign a dedicated Project Manager who will organize the project kick-off call. The project kick-off call will serve to introduce key business stakeholders and set timelines for project milestones. Any outstanding questions will be answered and Canary Trap and the customer will agree to commence testing in full conformance with client requirements and expectations.
Canary Trap’s security experts will commence internal penetration testing within your network. Human expertise is combined with automated penetration testing tools, artificial and threat intelligence to ensure that we take a thorough, in-depth approach to identifying vulnerabilities and security gaps.
We operate in full transparency. You can expect to receive regular status updates and advise on any notable vulnerabilities that present a true and present risk. With Canary Trap, the left hand will always know what the right hand is doing.
After testing has been completed, Canary Trap will deliver a Executive Report that includes our detailed findings and any calls to action. We will illustrate exactly how our findings were discovered, how they can be reproduced and recommendations on how to remediate any uncovered issues. Once the identified vulnerabilities have been remediated, Canary Trap can be engaged to retest.
Once the identified vulnerabilities have been remediated you can engage Canary Trap to retest. A retest will ensure that remediation efforts have been effective in resolving any security vulnerabilities and, as such, offer the necessary business assurance.
Upon validating that the identified vulnerabilities have been successfully remediated, Canary Trap will issue a Security Certificate to your organization as proof of your commitment to the security of your internal network.
The threat landscape is constantly changing. For every vulnerability identified there exists a multitude of vulnerabilities that remain unknown and lurking. One of the best ways for the enterprise to defend itself from vulnerability exploits is to undertake regular penetration testing of critical networks and assets.
In order for any penetration test to be successful, the security expert(s) must posses the relevant tools and credentials while maintaining a clear understanding of the procedures used to discover any unknown weaknesses in the target environment.
Canary Trap has developed it’s own unique security testing methodology that’s aligned to industry best practices. We come armed with the tools, techniques and expertise to deliver a high quality engagement.
There are numerous benefits of employing security testing:
1.) Detect and remediate security gaps
A penetration test aims to identify how an adversary can successfully attack and compromise your organizations applications, networks, users and endpoints from exploiting unknown internal and external vulnerabilities. A penetration test can identify unknown vulnerabilities that can be exploited to break your security controls in order for the adversary to achieve privileged or unapproved access to your mission and business critical assets. The results emanating from security testing will either confirm that there exists a legitimate threat posed by particular security vulnerabilities or faulty processes -or- conversely determine that no such gaps exist. When vulnerabilities are identified, IT management and security experts can begin to undertake remediation efforts. Organizations can more efficiently anticipate emergent security threats and avoid unauthorized access to crucial information and critical systems through executing regular and complete penetration testing.
2.) Meet audit and compliance requirements
IT departments are often asked to address the overall audit and compliance requirements presented by regulations such as HIPAA and PCI-DSS and report testing outcomes to the appropriate authority. The executive report produced by Canary Trap at the end of every penetration testing engagement can assist organizations in evading substantial penalties for non-compliance. Regular penetration testing will illustrate ongoing due diligence and commitment to best practice security by maintaining required security controls and presenting them to assessors, auditors, business partners and clients.
3.) Circumvent the time and cost associated with loss of business continuity
Recuperating from a security breach can be time consuming and expensive. Recuperation may include IT remediation efforts, retention programs, customer protection, legal activities, reduced revenues, dropped employee output and loss of brand reputation. Penetration testing supports an organization to evade these financial setbacks by proactively detecting and addressing threats before security breaches or attacks take place.
4.) Protect customer loyalty and company image
Even a single occurrence of compromised customer data can destroy a company’s brand and negatively impact its bottom line. Penetration testing helps an organization avoid data incidents that may put the company’s reputation and reliability at stake.
5.) Service disruption and security breaches are expensive
Security faults and any associated disruptions in the performance of applications or services may cause debilitating financial harm, damage an organization’s reputation, irrevocably damage customer loyalties, generate negative press, and incur unanticipated fines and penalties. A regular cadence of penetration testing mitigates the risk of such events.
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