StrongBox IT’s Infrastructure Security Testing
We try to penetrate application protocol, network devices, servers, and IPs, to uncover vulnerabilities, such as unsanitized inputs that are susceptible to code attacks.
Infrastructure testing is needed to mitigate the risk of failure of any hardware or software component. When new infrastructure design is prepared for the software, it becomes necessary to perform a pen test to ensure if new infrastructure functionality is working as intended.
Launching simulated cyberattacks using various methodologies and tools designed to access or exploit computer systems, networks, websites, and applications, so that effective security controls can be implemented.
Security experts also use penetration testing techniques with specialized tools, to test the robustness of a firm’s security policy, its regulatory compliance and incidents such as unauthorized access.