In general, the objective of a Remote Penetration Testing is to analyse external
firewalls, Internet routers, other networked systems and applications
visible from the Internet at large. Our aim is to ascertain security configuration
through empirical methods in order to assess the level of
susceptibility of your organization to Internet-initiated attacks.
This is accomplished by performing a controlled and managed
simulation of an actual attack/intrusion attempt against the servers
supporting the Internet-provided business services. The attack
simulation tests the various infrastructure components against all
possible attack scenarios, taking into consideration different levels
of potential external attackers and resources available to them. This
risk-based approach provides our clients with results relevant to
their business, by identifying real-world threats and risks
jeopardising their business.