Penetration Testing

TIKAJ's penetration testing walks through a series of tasks cultivated specially for identification and simulated exploitation of vulnerabilities the publicly exposed IPs and it is carried out essentially to determine security vulnerabilities that could be discovered and exploited by someone who may not have access to the internal design and code of the application.

The TIKAJ's vulnerability assessment methodology walks through a series of tasks cultivated especially for identification and simulated exploitation of vulnerabilities of an organizations application, systems, network and processes and procedures

Approach to Penetration Testing

Identify information flow
Fault Injection Points
Determine vulnerabilities like SQL Injection, XSS, buffer overflow
Recommend countermeasures

Approach to Vulnerability Assessment

  • Analysis of Network Design.
  • Port Scanning.
  • Identifying the network devices.
  • Audit Network Devices
  • Suggest Recommendations

Your advantage

Restrict and monitor external access control to internal network.
Reduce the organization’s IT security costs and provide a better return on IT security investment (ROSI).
To identify which areas pose (for e.g., database server) the maximum risk and accordingly re-align its security policy and put proper controls in place for safer and smoother transactions.
Identifying vulnerabilities along with corresponding countermeasures.
Provide Assurance to business partners.
Identifies security gaps, allowing organizations to secure software code.
Mitigate Security Risk


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