Due to the increasing complexity of cloud infrastructures, many services are misconfigured. We help you identify and eliminate misconfigurations and their impact on cloud security.
In a cloud security assessment, a cloud infrastructure is analyzed and evaluated. The various configurations in terms of identity and user rights are very different from traditional infrastructure. Our procedures are specifically designed to address these needs and effectively identify configuration and implementation errors. Any identified security issues are presented to you along with an impact assessment, risk elimination proposal or technical solution.
Almost all cloud providers promise to be very secure and to preserve data in the best possible way. Home office and remote work are just one driver in cloud usage. Whether for personal or business use, everyone has had to deal with a cloud service at some point. Access is via an Internet-enabled device, such as a smartphone or laptop. These devices may have previously been infected with a virus and thus also infect the cloud. Thus, the IT security gaps and attack vectors in a cloud are also different. To identify these gaps and the faulty configurations and eliminate them later, a so-called cloud pentest is performed.
Penetration testing for cloud configurations is planned, executed and evaluated by our specially trained security engineers according to recognized cyber security standards.
We offer all services in various complexities and recognized standards.
One of the strongest features of AWS is the immense flexibility offered to the user in setting up the environment. This flexibility is great, but it also presents a major security problem. A pentest of the AWS cloud infrastructure can be used to find these security issues.
GCP provides a shared responsibility model where the customer is responsible for security, such as server configuration and privilege implementations granted in the environment. We identify faulty configurations in the GCP pentesting.
Azure comes with a number of security features for experienced users. While this is a good start, it is the responsibility of each user to maintain their stability and security. With an Azure Pentest, we check the security of the cloud provider's configuration.
The assessment we perform is an agile process and is carried out in close consultation with the customer.
During a joint kick-off meeting, the framework conditions to be tested are specified, necessary user accounts and access paths are coordinated, contact persons and escalation paths are defined, and the pentest is planned together in detail.
Our security engineers try to gather as much information as possible. Based on this information, analysis strategies are developed to identify possible attack vectors. These attack vectors are then examined for vulnerabilities in extensive tests.
Here, an attempt is made to exploit the identified vulnerabilities to gain access to the target systems. In the process, our pentester writes new exploits or uses existing ones, depending on the service or technical environment in question. Potential vulnerabilities can turn out to be false positives here. Only verified vulnerabilities are included in the final report and classified according to their criticality according to CVSS 3.0.
We have developed a comprehensive report format that provides optimal insight into our work and its results. This consists of a business risk analysis, management summary and a comprehensive test and vulnerability description. The criticality of the vulnerabilities and recommendations for action are described in detail therein.
When the analysis is complete, then the remediation of the identified vulnerabilities takes place on your part. Our evaluations provide you with detailed recommendations about the vulnerability in question. If needed, our security engineers can provide extensive remediation assistance.
In the final meeting, all critical points in the results report are discussed and all questions are clarified. Finally, we will gladly present you with a certificate as proof for your customers.
We are happy to review the security weaknesses again to ensure that the defense mechanisms have been implemented correctly. It is important to us that our recommendations are implemented, which is why this process activity is always free of charge.
We offer comprehensive vulnerability management for customers, partners, penetration testers and IT security consultants. Use our software products to also get the best technologies and reporting tools on the market.
With our comprehensive and intuitive platform, you can now map the entire security process of your applications.
We have developed an effective and comprehensive format for verifiable security that can be integrated directly into your website. This certificate proves to third parties such as customers or insurance companies a high level of security, data protection and IT security awareness.
The certificates we issue prove a high level of IT security at a given time according to a standard or individual test modules. Depending on the assessment, different test guidelines are chosen and evaluated.
Finding the right pentesting vendor can be a problematic process, especially for those unfamiliar with IT security. What do I need? How do I know who has enough technical expertise? How do I identify unqualified pentest vendors? How do I recognize good reputation and competence? What should the documentation look like?
In this eBook, we give you 6 questions to ask potential service providers of your next penetration test. You will know what to look for when selecting a provider, how to compare the different offers and finally how to make the best choice for your specific requirements.
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