Cyber Security Testing
ScanWave Cyber Security Testing Services focus typically on the following services types:
- Penetration Testing: Internal & External
- Vulnerability Testing: Internal & External
- Web Applications: Security Testing
- Mobile Applications: Security Testing
- Firewalls & Routers: Rules Review
- Social Engineering: Digital Shadow
- Configuration Review: Benchmarking Testing
- Remediation Guidance: Network, Security & Systems
- Policies, Procedures: Development
- Risk Assessment & Management
- Compliance: Standards, Frameworks & Regulations
The Penetration Testing service consists of five phases. Once the initial order has been received, these phases start with requirements gathering, customer agreement, and ends with ScanWave experts reporting the results back to the customers along with any recommendation.
Cyber Security Testing Steps:
- Initial Scoping
It is important to note that ScanWave will not carry out any checks that are considered by the tools that are used to be "unsafe"; this also includes any Denial of Service (DoS) attacks. These checks that can be service affecting are disabled by default in all the tools that we use, but they can be carried out at the wish of the customer. The unsafe checks and DoS attacks can provide more information about the vulnerabilities that exist within the customer's infrastructure, but there is a risk of service disruption.
However, there is an argument that it is better to find out about these vulnerabilities when conducting an assessment before an attacker finds them.
Cyber Security Remediation Guidance Services
The twentieth-century U.S. criminal Willie Sutton was said to rob banks because that's where the money is. The same motivation in our digital age makes merchants the new target for financial fraud. Occasionally lax security by some merchants enables criminals to easily steal and use personal consumer financial information from payment card transactions and processing systems. Critical and high vulnerabilities may appear almost anywhere in banking and companies, core and critical systems, and card-processing ecosystem, Including point-of-sale devices, personal computers or servers, wireless hotspots, or Web shopping applications in paper-based storage systems, and unsecured transmission of cardholder data to service providers. Vulnerabilities may even extend to systems operated by service providers and acquirers, which are the financial institutions that initiate and maintain the relationships with merchants that accept payment cards.
Compliance with EU GDPR, Cloud Security, NIST Cyber Security Core Framework, ISO 27001, 27005, 31000, and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) helps to alleviate these vulnerabilities and protect critical and cardholder data.
Cyber Security Architecture Review
The systems network's infrastructure and architecture security are the foundation upon which all your security is based. Therefore, each network device must be well secured, and the architecture properly designed. Many risks can be mitigated simply by implementing a secure-by-design architecture.
ScanWave experts can help by performing detailed analyses on current network architecture to identify all vulnerabilities using a comprehensive approach to ensure that malicious intruders do not gain access to your critical assets. During this review ScanWave team will assess the security architecture of your company's infrastructure.
ScanWave experts will evaluate the current design structure of various security control mechanisms in place to determine their effectiveness and alignment with your company's security goals.
Our process takes a careful look at the strengths and weaknesses of your IT technical security architecture.
Cyber Security Configuration Reviews
On-Premise & Cloud components will be examined by ScanWave experts:
- Key design assumptions
- Technology Inventory
- Network Topology
- Network Access Controls Lists
- Host Access Controls Lists
- Authentication/Access Requirements
- Administrative and Maintenance Channels
- Technical and application architecture in place
- Functional data flow (including security-control points)