WHAT IS AN INTERNAL ASSESSMENT?
Internal Network Security Assessments evaluate the security of your company’s internal systems and how likely they are to be compromised once an attacker has access to any given system. The evaluation includes a review of your company’s estate, as weaknesses in computer platforms and other innocuous devices can lead to the compromise of your company’s critical data.
WHY CONDUCT AN INTERNAL ASSESSMENT?
A number of differing threats and attack techniques can result in a malicious attacker gaining access to an Internal network. Remote Access, External Vulnerabilities, Phishing or Social Engineering techniques can each result in an intrusion into your private corporate network.
With a continually evolving set of threats to safeguard against and an exponential rise in the number of attacks and security breaches, internal security needs to be focused on, as much as perimeter security.
Organisations should anticipate and prepare for a security incident and take preventative steps to assess and secure their assets, both external and internal.
Our Penetration Testers use a combination of the most effective automated tools and manual exploitation techniques to identify vulnerabilities across your entire internal estate. An extensive report provides a thorough description of each identified vulnerability and provides business context alongside each issue.
This is supplemented by technical and non-technical descriptions including evidence of exploitation to assist in prompt remediation activities and provide a thorough understanding of each issue.
An internal network assessment and subsequent report will allow your business to:
- Understand risks that exist across your internal network.
- Make ongoing improvements to your internal security posture via specialist support, advice and consultancy.
- Adhere to regulatory bodies who require internal penetration tests be performed.
- Gain access to a dedicated team of specialist CREST Registered penetration testers who use the latest tools and techniques to accurately assess and identify emerging threats.