Internal Network Penetration Testing is an essential part of your organization's security strategy. The goal of this service is to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your internal network infrastructure, spot potential vulnerabilities and misconfigurations, and assess the effectiveness of your existing security controls. Our approach is time-limited and coverage-based, designed to scrutinize as much as possible within a specified timeframe, ensuring the best value for your investment in terms of both resources and time.
ShorSec's Internal Network Penetration Testing service is crafted to protect your organization against an internal asset breach following an external network intrusion. Drawing on our team's extensive red team expertise, we focus on areas most vital to your business, providing advice on critical systems, trusts, and dependencies that could be exploited by an attacker. Our service offers your organization a unique bird's-eye view of the effectiveness of your security system, ensuring that your security posture is bolstered and your essential assets are protected.
Investing in ShorSec's Internal Network Penetration Testing service means safeguarding your internal network infrastructure while focusing on your most critical business areas.
Our team will test your detection and response capabilities by playing the role of attacker. They will attempt to break through your cybersecurity defense by simulating the tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP’s) that are used by advanced adversaries.
Our team will strategically simulate potential threat events to test your organization's capacity to detect and respond to a breach. They will attempt to replicate the activities a malicious attacker might perform, and aid your organization in understanding potential threats and responses.
Identify vulnerabilities within your web application firewalls and identify weak spots in your defense that malicious actors can take advantage of.
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