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Security Assessment and Testing
Endure Secure has expert security assessors, with experience finding unique and complex vulnerabilities in various kinds of applications.
Internal Penetration Testing
External Penetration Testing
Wireless Penetration Testing
Physical Penetration Testing
Endure Secure has seasoned penetration testers who have a strong track record identify both common and uncommon vulnerabilities in internal systems and applications.
Endure Secure has seasoned penetration testers who have a strong track record identify both common and uncommon vulnerabilities in external systems and applications.
Endure Secure has seasoned penetration testers who leverage cutting-edge techniques to identify vulnerabilities in wireless networks.
Endure Secure has seasoned physical security testers who have combine physical vulnerabilities with cyber security vulnerabilities. It is our philosophy that there is no cyber security without physical security.
Social Engineering Simulation
Red Team Simulation
Purple Team Simulation
Endure Secure recommends performing phishing simulations against your own employees to understand the likelihood an employee could compromise your organisation, as well as to raise awareness.
While phishing is a type of social engineering, there are other ways an attacker could infiltrate the organisation physically, and so it is essential to understand how susceptible your organisation is to social engineering attacks.
A red team engagement combines the power of all types of social engineering and penetration testing to conduct an end-to-end attack simulation. This comprehensively identifies vulnerabilities across all systems and software in your organisation.
A purple team engagement uses red team activities, like penetration testing to test blue team (network defense) capabilities. This provides insights which can be used to more accurately uplift security monitoring and detection.
Other Security Assessments
This assessment builds a digital footprint of your organisation and it’s employees to identify any publicly-available threats posed to an organisation.
Similar to a perimeter assessment, the OSINT assessment builds a digital footprint, using publicly-available, open-source intelligence sites to identify any publicly-available threats posed to an organisation.
An OSINT assessment has several, broad use cases. Most of which fall under the following three categories:
- Self assessing online threat exposure and security posture
- Law Enforcement
- Private Investigation
This assessment checks the organisation for commonly-found vulnerabilities.
An information discussion to identify what would happen if a cyber attack were to occur.