Penetration Testing

A proactive approach to understanding your threats and vulnerabilities will ensure that your sensitive information, your assets, and your reputation remain intact. We work with you to identify the appropriate penetration testing services for your organisation.

What is penetration testing?

A penetration test, commonly known as pentest, is a test carried out on computer systems to identify security weaknesses and potentially obtaining access to the computer’s information and data. A penetration test is an information security assessment which simulates an attack against an organization’s IT assets. It examines IT systems for any weaknesses that could be used by an attacker to disrupt the confidentiality, availability or integrity of the network and associated data.

Key features of this service

  • Security health checks
  • Infrastructure Penetration Testing (Internal, External and Cloud platforms)
  • Web Application Testing and Network security testing
  • Social Engineering
  • Wireless Security and Mobile Device Testing
  • Red Teaming Exercises
  • Vulnerability Assessments, Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus
  • Simulated Targeted Attack and Response (STAR) Testing Services


  • Qualified penetration testers
  • Robust testing with video of key exploit
  • Proven quantifiable testing methodology
  • Accurate vulnerability identification with Post-testing remediating advice, reporting and guidance
  • Rigorous quality practices adopted and followed with complete penetration testing lifecycle support
  • Work and communicate with accreditors and senior sponsors
  • Adhere to Government and public sector security requirements
  • ISO 27001 certified company

When should you consider undertaking a pentest

With an increasing number of cyber attacks and constantly evolving threats, it’s recommended that all organisation undertake regular penetration testing at least once a year.

The following are some example trigger points for arranging a pentest:

  • Any significant changes to company infrastructure, network or systems
  • Launching new IT products and services
  • Undergoing a business merger or acquisition
  • Preparing for compliance with data security standards
  • Utilising and/or developing custom applications


For more information please contact us.

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