Penetration
Testing-as-a-Service

SafeAeon's Penetration Testing-as-a-Service (PTaaS) is a comprehensive solution that helps you identify and rectify security vulnerabilities in your IT infrastructure. Our PTaaS is based on the tactics and methodologies of real-world hackers, allowing us to identify potential intrusion risks and prevent them before they occur. With our PTaaS, you can rest assured that your IT infrastructure is secure and protected against potential threats.

Trust SafeAeon to keep your network secure with our PTaaS.

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What is Penetration Testing-as-a-Service (PTaaS)?

"Simulation of a real-world cyber attack!"

Penetration Testing, also known as Pen Testing, is a simulated cyber attack on a computer system or network to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses. SafeAeon's Penetration Testing-as-a-Service (PTaaS) uses the same tools, techniques, and methodologies as malicious hackers to simulate a real-world attack on your IT infrastructure. Unlike a real attack, our PTaaS is conducted in a controlled environment, allowing you to discover and fix problems before they can be exploited by attackers. Our PTaaS service produces a comprehensive report that not only identifies security vulnerabilities but also provides recommendations on how to improve your overall security posture. Trust SafeAeon's PTaaS to keep your network secure and protect your business from real-world cyber attacks.

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Types of Penetration Testing Services We Provide

SafeAeon's team of penetration testing service providers performs pen testing remotely or on-site as needed. Our full range of penetration testing services ensures that you have visibility to potential gaps and weaknesses throughout your IT environment and fix them before hackers!

SafeAeon’s Wireless Pen Testing Areas

SafeAeon conducts "ethical hacking" against commonly used security methods, such as MAC authentication, WEP, WPA, and WPA-2, to penetrate wireless access points (APs). The objective of this assessment is to gain unauthorized access to the network.
SafeAeon aims to disrupt the client's wireless network by either jamming the wireless spectrum or overwhelming the access points. This can cause a complete shutdown of the network.
SafeAeon deploys rogue and fake access points and uses social engineering techniques to lure users into connecting to them. Once connected, all activities performed by the user can be captured. This includes redirecting users to a fake webpage, forcing them to re-enter their pre-shared key and intercepting online activities such as phone calls.
SafeAeon examines the security of Bluetooth networking to gain control over Bluetooth devices, intercept calls (e.g. between a Bluetooth handset and a Bluetooth earpiece), and temporarily disable Bluetooth functionality.
SafeAeon conducts "ethical hacking" against commonly used security methods, such as MAC authentication, WEP, WPA, and WPA-2, to penetrate wireless access points (APs). The objective of this assessment is to gain unauthorized access to the network.
SafeAeon aims to disrupt the client's wireless network by either jamming the wireless spectrum or overwhelming the access points. This can cause a complete shutdown of the network.
SafeAeon deploys rogue and fake access points and uses social engineering techniques to lure users into connecting to them. Once connected, all activities performed by the user can be captured. This includes redirecting users to a fake webpage, forcing them to re-enter their pre-shared key and intercepting online activities such as phone calls.
SafeAeon examines the security of Bluetooth networking to gain control over Bluetooth devices, intercept calls (e.g. between a Bluetooth handset and a Bluetooth earpiece), and temporarily disable Bluetooth functionality.
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Social Engineering Assessment

During SafeAeon’s Social Engineering Audit, SafeAeon tests electronically (computer based) and phone based.

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The testing gathers open source information prior to the engagement through online information gathering. The testing impersonates sources of authority and use a variety of techniques such as:

  • Spear Phishing in conjunction with the simulated exploitation of the endpoint

  • Phone based social engineering including Caller ID and SMS spoofing along with Vishing exercises (Voice Phishing)

  • Social engineering tasks by randomly distributing special USB devices with simulated malware

  • Continuous e-learning user cybersecurity protection education

All services come with comprehensive reporting, user tracking and event classification.

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Frequently Asked Questions About PTaaS

Pentesting should be performed at least once or twice a year to detect and remediate new or unknown vulnerabilities. It is also recommended to conduct Pentesting whenever substantial upgrades or modifications are performed to the organization’s infrastructure or the applications used in the environment.
Vulnerability Assessment is the process of identifying known vulnerabilities, classifying them according to their severity, and providing solutions to address them.
Penetration Testing, in contrast, is a more comprehensive approach that includes identifying vulnerabilities and exploiting them using real-world methods. It also helps identify the potential impact of discovered vulnerabilities on business operations and provides recommendations to address those weaknesses.
Conducting Pentesting can provide an in-depth and detailed report containing an executive summary of the results, highlighted security concerns, and recommendations. This report allows organizations to understand where their security is weak and how it may affect their operations.
The duration of Pentesting depends on several factors such as the type of testing, the number of systems to be tested, and the strength and complexity of the current security architecture. Depending on these conditions, it may take anywhere from one to four weeks.
Once the security recommendations have been implemented, you can conduct Remediation Verification Penetration Testing to validate if the appropriate measures have been taken to counter the risks identified during the initial Pentesting.

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