We have a team of ethical hackers who can help our clients plug any loopholes or security issues with their systems and networks. Our solutions can help prevent major security outages that may cause significant financial losses for our clients.
Ethical hacking enables an organisation to find the weaknesses in its systems that may be exploited by unethical hackers for illegal purposes. The professionals treat the system in the same manner as the criminal elements and try to find any way to bypass the security protocols put in place and gain unauthorized entry. The process involves detailed and well planned attacks that identify each weak point in the system and in the entire network. Ethical hackers do not cause any disturbance once they gain an entry but merely document how they ought to be stopped the next time. The team creates a roadmap that assesses each risk in terms of its vulnerability to attack and relevant importance.
Our team follows a set of specific guidelines when they receive any request for help. Firstly, we understand from the customer what is required and why. We ask relevant queries on their need for such a test and find the specific and general objectives they want to achieve. Once the clarifications are provided, we analyse the situation and design a plan that will allow us to get a proper idea of the network’s susceptibility to hacking. We share our plan with the client and get their feedback and thoughts which we build into the revised plan. Once the plan of action is finalised, our team gets to work and uses various techniques to infiltrate the system.
Some of the techniques we use include:
Ethical hacking is a complicated process as the goal is to predict what hackers would do or what kind of malicious automated software can get inside the network. Our team provides our clients with a detailed analysis of their investigation as well offering solutions for each weakness that has been identified. This helps them to quickly upgrade their systems with the specific hardware and software required to protect their systems and networks.