Simulating an attack scenario can be the best way to discover whether an organization’s information system and defense staff are ready to identify, respond to, and prevent real threats. Current malicious hackers and malware follow specific procedures which our certified team of ethical hackers has the ability to understand and implement in every controlled simulation. Through this solution, in which our team strictly assumes the role of the attacker, you will find out what the weaknesses of your company are in terms of cybersecurity, and consequently achieve the first step to strengthening your IT systems’ controls and enhancing their security.
Close to reality
The ethical hacker uses simulated attacks to bring your company closer to the reality of potential cybersecurity problems. Their work and findings can motivate you to make the necessary modifications to your systems in order to anticipate malicious hackers’ actions.
We can do exploitation as long as we have an open environment and your authorization. After discovering a vulnerability and exploiting it, we can show you the impacts on compromised records such as users, passwords, wages, credit card numbers, files on a hard disk, etc.
Severity of vulnerabilities
A simulated attack allows us to know your systems’ vulnerabilities and classify them according to their severity (critical ones tend to receive a high priority). With the information we provide, you can consider the possible impacts of each vulnerability on your business and make the necessary decisions in order to keep your company secure.
Breach and Attack Simulation is one solution among all those belonging to our leading Continuous Hacking service
Fluid Attacks in Numbers
vulnerabilities discovered annually
of continuous hacking projects withat least one high or critical vulnerability
hackers on average attacking your project
OWASP Benchmark Accuracy Score