One of the most basic tools in assessing the data security state is a penetration test. This test simulates an attempt to access the organization's critical business assets by an unauthorized or unwanted party.
IPV Security offers a range of pen-tests both at the infrastructure level and at the application level. These tests can be performed with no prior knowledge (Black-Box) or with some knowledge (Gray-Box) of the tested environment to simulate either an Internet "black-hat" hacker or an unauthorized internal employee. IPV Security's professional ethical hackers ("white hat") use both automatic and manual procedures and perform the following pen-test stages: reconnaissance, scan, exploit, record, cover/reset.
The test results are then concluded in a detailed report, which will include information regarding the systems and applications that were found accessible to unwanted parties.
In addition, the report will include the details of the vulnerabilities' potential impact and recommendations to mitigate them.