Network Penetration Testing

Penetration Testing is an access control testing technique to enhance your organization’s information security program. Penetration Testing or PenTest is the process of testing your computer systems to find vulnerabilities, which could be exploited by an attacker.

Penetration Testing Services

At ValueMentor, we provide a comprehensive security testing and IT security assessments for your organization. A security assessment discovers critical issues that are a threat to your organization, and how well your resources and information are protected and helps in reducing the risk of a data breach.

Penetration testing framework

ValueMentor has developed, tried and tested our VAPT framework, which is based on the industry standards and compliance requirements such as OSSTMM, OWASP, PCI DSS, NIST etc. Our documented penetration testing methodology ensures that you receive quality and repeatable results, and minimizes the risk to your systems under test.

Our security team uses a number of VAPT tools to simulate the hackers on the internet. This includes in-house developed scripts, open-source security testing tools and various commercial penetration testing tools. Keeping up to date with the security vulnerabilities is a requirement to have an effective penetration testing business. Our penetration testing methodology includes the process of identifying newly discovered exploitable vulnerabilities as well as exploitation tools.

Penetration testing results

Our team of security experts identifies vulnerabilities that cannot be identified using conventional testing methods and offer you guidance on how to protect your critical infrastructure, harden web applications, protect sensitive data, and spread security awareness throughout your organization.

We produce a comprehensive report covering the approach taken, the techniques applied, and the vulnerabilities identified and make procedural and strategic recommendations to ensure that your systems are secure against future attacks.

Can a hacker break into your network? Contact us to check it