Expert Security Penetration TestingHycom’s Penetration Testing Services help you identify, understand and resolve configuration and security vulnerabilities before they are exploited by real-life attacks. Our expert team of Information Security consultants combine years of knowledge and experience with sophisticated technology tools to identify potential risks to your information system environment both externally and internally.
External Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing ServicesVulnerabilities at the network perimeter expose an organization to a variety of external threats, ultimately increasing its overall risk exposure. Through a series of scans run outside of the network perimeter, Hycom’s external vulnerability assessment & penetration testing examines configurations of the firewall and other devices in place to prevent intrusions into an organization’s network.
External Penetration Testing Services can include: Port scanning, Ping testing, Who is search, Traceroute analysis, Manual network cracking tools.
Internal Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing ServicesWith so much attention focused on protecting the network from hackers, viruses, and other external threats, a network’s internal vulnerabilities are often overlooked. Hycom’s Internal Vulnerability Assessment services are designed to identify weaknesses within the local area network (LAN) by analyzing security-related configurations, services running, and other potential weaknesses through a series of scans run from inside of the network perimeter.
Social Engineering TestingIn many instances, the most significant threat surrounding an organization’s confidential information stems from the people chosen to both use and protect it. Hycom’s Social Engineering Testing Services are designed to simulate actual attacks by executing the same methodologies used by attackers.
Among the most common social engineering services demonstrated by Hycom are: Phishing Services, Spear Phishing, Vishing, Impersonation, Pretext Calling and Pretext Mailer.
Cloud Security Assessment Services
As with on-premises applications and systems, those stored in the cloud must obtain the same level of security. Whether your cloud hosted environment is public (AWS, AZURE, GCP), private or hybrid, our team will evaluate the security of your organization’s overall cloud infrastructure’s attack surface. Once we gather and review our preliminary threat assessments, our team performs manual exploits and/or proof-of-concept testing. Once testing is complete, we compile and deliver results in a report and discuss next steps in terms of remedial
Red Team, Blue Team, Purple Team ExercisesOne of the most effective ways of discovering and preventing vulnerabilities within your organization is to conduct Red Team, Blue Team and Purple Team Exercises. Whether you are looking to assess your cybersecurity defenses against threats or are looking to evaluate employee readiness, we are here to help! Hycom follows industry-recognized methodologies, such as the MITRE ATT&CK framework, when conducting our exercises.
Website & Mobile Application Testing ServicesHycom uses a variety of tools and manual testing methods to assess the security and integrity of websites and mobile applications. Our Web and Mobile Application service tests for issues with code, potentially harmful files present, insecure services running, and potentially harmful plugins in place. After analyzing the potential web and mobile app weaknesses, Hycom provides a report identifying potential issues, prioritizing remediation efforts, and suggesting remediation measures.
Some of these services can include:
- Check infrastructure against potential avenues of attack.
- Review cryptography.
- Discover host and determine operating systems, hardware/software and firmware versions.
- Check for open ports, potential backdoors and malicious code.
- Perform configuration and deployment management testing.
- Check for missing security patches and services packs.
- Analyze network traffic.
- Assess underlying technologies and potential vulnerabilities in how they communicate