Knowing your vulnerabilities and how attackers could exploit them is one of the most effective insights you can use to improve your cybersecurity maturity. Sedara’s Red team mimics real-world attacks on your network, applications, devices, and people to evaluate the hackability of your key systems and infrastructure – providing a real-world demonstration of your vulnerabilities and weaknesses.
Our penetration tests are carried out by our internal Red Team of certified cybersecurity professionals and go beyond the scope of your typical pen test. By incorporating a Red Team approach, our pen tests not only identify and exploit weaknesses but also escalate laterally to find your most valuable data to assess potential business impact. We also include remediation and retesting to maximize and validate your cybersecurity maturity improvements.
The Sedara Approach
Our Red Team is a group of highly skilled individuals who are tasked with testing the security of an organization’s network and systems. They work to identify weaknesses, vulnerabilities, and potential breach points by using outside-of-the-box methods and pathways. Red teams use persistent and determined tactics to ensure that all potential attack vectors are tested and that any weak spots are identified and remediated in a timely manner.
Our Red Team approaches engagements using industry-accepted best practices including Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES), NIST SP 800-115, Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) and Open-Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM).
What’s in Scope?
Sedara offers flexible scoping to scale to your needs, budget, and timeline with clear expectations.
The main focus of an external penetration test is to simulate an external attacker with the goal of compromising systems and collecting data. In an external test, Sedara will attempt to gain unauthorized internal access to your network from the Internet. This can include obtaining private data or any form of unauthorized access to your systems.
Internal Vulnerability Assessment
Sedara will attempt to identify security weaknesses, move laterally and gain access to data from within the network. This can include:
Gaining access to restricted or administrator accounts.
Escalating privileges within existing roles.
Attempting to obtain private data.
Searching for and collecting restricted data.
Web Vulnerability Assessment
During a web application penetration test, the tester simulates external or internal attacks through a web application, with the goal of accessing restricted data. This can help organizations identify security gaps and vulnerabilities in their application.
Our web application penetration tests include:
Web Application Scanner Configuration and Tweaking
Automated Web Site Crawling
Manual Web Site Crawling
Automated Unauthenticated Web Vulnerability Scan
Automated Authenticated Web Vulnerability Scan
Manual Web Vulnerability Testing
Results Review, Triage and False Positives Removal
Final Results, Published on Secure Cloud Dashboard
Wireless Vulnerability Assessment
A wireless penetration test is a comprehensive evaluation of the wireless networks in your organization using automated and manual methods.
Guest wireless segmentation checks
Traffic sniffing attacks
Rogue access point discovery
Simulate attackers pretending to be co-workers, customers, partners, providers, or vendors with the goal of tricking your employees into granting unauthorized access to systems, information, and data.
Accomplish your security & compliance goals. Easier.
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