Vulnerability Assessment

Our Vulnerability Assessment Service provides clear and in-depth understandings of how much you’re Networks, Servers and Applications are vulnerable to attackers. Instead of relying on generic automated scanners, we use several tools and techniques suited for your specific network environment to deliver best results. Besides for standard issues, our scripting engine can customize the process and check for any organizational risk concerns.

Our vulnerability assessment normally forms the first part of a penetration test. The additional step in a penetration test is the exploitation of any detected vulnerabilities and to confirm their existence which determine the damage that might result due to the vulnerability being exploited and the resulting impact on the organization. The difference between a penetration test service and a vulnerability assessment service is completely understood by our organization.

The overall objective of a Vulnerability Assessment service is to scan, investigate, analyze and report on the level of risk associated with any security vulnerabilities discovered on the public, internet-facing devices and to provide your organization with appropriate mitigation strategies to address those discovered vulnerabilities. The Risk Based Security Vulnerability Assessment methodology has been designed which will comprehensively identify, classify and analyze known vulnerabilities in order to recommend the right mitigation actions to resolve the security vulnerabilities discovered. Regularly scanning and scheduled network vulnerability scanning services can help an organization identify weaknesses in their network security before the bad guys can mount an attack. The goal of running a vulnerability scanner or conducting an external vulnerability assessments is to identify devices on your network that are open to known vulnerabilities without actually compromising your systems.

We as a team sets out to create a plan for vulnerability assessment as "big mistake done by most of the people is shutting down ideas too early" so we try to provide brainstorming and planning sessions, even the wildest, far-fetched scenarios are considered.

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Network Security Penetration Testing

We perform network security PT on following appliances:

  • Firewalls
  • Routers
  • End points
  • Servers
  • IDS/IPS
  • MPLS

Penetration Testing are typically performed using manual or automated technologies to systematically compromise servers, endpoints, wireless networks, network devices, mobile devices and other potential points of exposure. Once vulnerabilities have been successfully exploited on a particular system; testers may attempt to use the compromised device to launch subsequent exploits at other internal resources, specifically by trying to incrementally achieve higher levels of security clearance and deeper access to electronic assets and information via privilege escalation.

Information about any security vulnerabilities successfully exploited through penetration testing is typically aggregated and presented to IT and network systems managers to help those professionals make strategic conclusions and prioritize related remediation efforts. The fundamental purpose of penetration testing is to measure the feasibility of systems or end-user compromise and evaluate any related consequences such incidents may have on the involved resources or operations.

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Web Application Penetration Testing

Web applications play a vital role in every modern organization. This becomes apparent when adversaries compromise these applications, damage business functionality and steal data.

Unfortunately, many organizations operate under the mistaken impression that a web application security scanner will reliably discover flaws in their systems. CCFIS helps corporates and organizations move beyond push-button penetration testing to professional web application penetration testing that finds flaws before the adversaries discover and abuse them.

Customers expect web applications to provide significant functionality and data access. Even beyond the importance of customer-facing web applications, internal web applications increasingly represent the most commonly used tools within any organization. Unfortunately, there is no "patch Tuesday" for custom web applications, so, not surprisingly, every major industry study finds that web application flaws play a major role in significant breaches and intrusions. Adversaries increasingly focus on these high-value targets either by directly abusing public-facing applications or by focusing on web apps as targets after an initial break-in.

Modern cyber defense requires a realistic and thorough understanding of web application security issues. Anyone can learn to sling a few web hacks, but web application penetration testing requires something deeper. CCFIS will capably assess a web application's security posture and convincingly demonstrate the impact of inadequate security that plagues most organizations.

CCFIS uses real time exploits to demonstrate the penetration test in web applications.

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IT Security Compliance & Policy Drafting

A complete policy development process articulates the protocols for creating new policies (including a defined practice for consultation, dissemination, approval), and provisions for monitoring/compliance, and periodic review/refresh of existing policies.

CCFIS is capable to draft a complete policy which can be presented for ISO certifications.

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Network appliance Security

Every organization uses specific model no. laptops and mobile phones that are given to company executives. Similarly there other cyber appliances on which the whole business relies upon. What if, such devices are already backdored or compromised after a certain period of usage time!

To be safe from such happenings, CCFIS provides its Network Appliance security audits where all those appliances and devices are tested for any flaw that may breech your IT security.

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