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A Vulnerability assessment is a method used to identify and quantify security vulnerabilities in a given context. It is a thorough evaluation of the security of information status. It also defines possible vulnerabilities and offer effective prevention strategies, either to fix those weaknesses or to reduce them below the risk threshold.

Organizations are concerned with downtime or other factors that cause of dependency. As a result, most organizations prefer to postpone installation of patch updates. What they don’t consider, though, is that with each delay the window of opportunity for hackers increases. Organizations must prepare for these upgrades to be introduced effectively and consistently for minimum interruption.



Internal/External Network Penetration Testing: By employing numerous malicious approaches to examine the network's security or lack thereof, a network penetration test can reveal security flaws in applications and systems.

Website Penetration Testing: Website penetration testing is a simulated hacker assault on a website with the goal of finding and assessing the severity of existing vulnerabilities in order to safeguard the website from malicious attacks.



SOC-as-a-Service (SOCaaS) provides all of the security functions performed by a traditional, in-house SOC, including: Network monitoring, Log management, Threat detection and intelligence, Incident investigation and response, Reporting, and Risk and Compliance.

  • Risk Assessments: Identifying, and evaluating potential vulnerabilities in various information assets and then prioritizing the various risks that could affect those vulnerabilities.

  • Managed Security Services: Managed security service providers (MSSP) manage and monitor systems and security equipment remotely. An MSSP can also handle system changes, upgrades, and modifications.

  • Incident Response Services: When a serious security incident occurs, our team works with you to investigate the cause, fix the problem, and prevent further assaults.

  • Internal Forensics Investigation: Analysing a digital device, such as a computer or mobile phone, in order to determine all of the actions that were carried out on a digital device after it has been compromised.

  • Firewall Rules Review and Configuration: A comprehensive review of the ruleset and configurations of your firewall for possible security flaws and deviations from security best practices.




Patch Management as a Service will keep your systems secure, compliant, up-to-date and running smoothly. 

Patches are commonly required for operating systems, applications, and embedded systems (like network equipment). A patch can be used to correct a vulnerability discovered after the release of a piece of software. This helps to ensure that the assets in your environment are not vulnerable to exploitation.



Website play a vital role in business success and a tempting target for cybercriminals. Web application penetration testing services examine applications proactively to detect vulnerabilities, such as those that might lead to the loss of sensitive user and financial data.

Testing includes assessing applications for vulnerabilities listed in the OWASP Top 10 and SANS Top 25, the Open Web Application Security Project’s ten most critical application security risks. Our web application security testing team will help to identify vulnerabilities including:

  • Injection flaws

  • Security misconfigurations

  • Database interaction errors

  • Authentication weaknesses

  • Broken access controls

Cloud Penetration Testing

& Architecture Review

Cloud penetration testing is the process of identifying and exploiting security flaws in your cloud infrastructure by simulating a deliberate cyberattack. Cloud service providers like AWS and GCP have specific rules about how cloud pentests should be conducted.

How a Cloud Architecture Review can help you improve?

It gives your organization a framework to evaluate modern technologies and services that will improve the future versions of your workloads. The Cloud Architecture Review examines apps that have previously been deployed in AWS, GCP, and Azure and demonstrates how such applications match with best practices based on five framework pillars:

  1. Availability: How resilient is an application and how can it be recovered? Do you perform failover testing and have a plan in place to deal with any outages or a component failure within an architecture? The review will examine how your teams handle these situations, what measures you have in place, and what technical safeguards are available to protect workloads.

  2. Scalability and performance: Determine your ability to use computing resources efficiently to meet system requirements and to maintain that efficiency as demands change. This addresses how an application can scale and grow.

  3. Security: Identify information assets and systems including integrity of data, identity management, and access policies. Harness a depth of protection through multi-layered security controls. How proactive are you being with your security? Have you separated your workloads? Are you patching?

  4. Operations and management: Use a set of protocols and procedures to manage and monitor system operations, as well as to integrate development and quality assurance into a single culture.

  5. Cost optimization: Prevent unnecessary spending to meet business needs through a detailed cost analysis.

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