Ethical Hacking as a Service
Take a more strategic approach to security and gain a holistic view of the vulnerabilities you face.
Security testing that evolves with the threat landscape
Identifying vulnerabilities in a company’s security network is a key element of cybersecurity. Traditionally, this has been done with penetration testing, or pen testing, where a company’s security provider pinpoints vulnerabilities in the organisation’s systems and then manually probes them.
But with today’s evolving threat landscape, pen testing is not a robust enough method to really assess how well a company is protected against cyber attacks. Now, a more strategic approach is needed so threats do not slip by unnoticed.
Enter Ethical Hacking as a Service.
What is Ethical Hacking as a Service?
Ethical hacking is an authorised attempt to gain unauthorised access to a computer system, application, or data. Carrying out an ethical hack involves mimicking the strategies and actions of real hackers, so it’s far more effective in detecting, assessing and analysing weaknesses in a computer system.
Our five phases of Ethical Hacking as a Service
Essentially, Ethical Hacking as a Service takes pen testing a few steps further, gathering insights and giving you a better view of your security gaps, as well as recommendations on how to address them.
- Web Application Penetration Testing
- Mobile Application Penetration Testing
- Infrastructure Penetration Testing
- Red Teaming & Social Engineering Testing
- Breach Attack Simulation (BAS) and Adversary Emulation
More flexibility and focus, fewer costs and overheads
Ethical Hacking as a Service means a better use of your security budget, giving you more benefits while reducing unnecessary spend.
While traditional pen testing works within strictly defined limits, Ethical Hacking as a Service is far more expansive, giving you a more holistic view of threats, more frequently.