Ethical Hacking | NDC

What is Ethical Hacking?

The goal of this service is to explore, detect, and test the weaknesses in your infrastructure, apps, systems, and the human element of your organization.

We promptly identify any vulnerability that will allow an attacker to negatively impact your organization and your clients.

We will perform and duly document proof-of-concept, enabling you to properly design a mitigation plan. All our procedures are executed with utmost caution, in order to avoid damaging or denial of service.

We specialize in vulnerabilities at Perimeter, IoT, Industrial Systems, Websites, API´s and Apps levels.

Advantages of our Services

Identify your security gaps
Measure the impact
Understand how to mitigate them

Ethical Hacking Stages

Ethical Hacking Stages

This entails security testing without any prior information other than IP address or domain. The goal is to see what an outside attacker could do, without any visibility, and see how deep we can get.

The Black Box test is almost a blind test as it’s based on not having much information. Despite being a directed attack because it breaches the contracting company and discovers its vulnerabilities, the characteristics of this service are the closest thing to an outside attack.
This consists of performing security tests on a system, portal, or infrastructure, with the support of credentials. In this way, we get as deep as possible into the system and determine how far an attacker could breach it, as well as determining what type of information they could obtain.

In data processing systems, we run security tests with credentials on a system (API, app, portal, or infrastructure) in order to identify how far an attacker would get if they were to log into it, what information they could obtain and identify, and which flows could be circumvented by a valid system user.

Considering that in at least 70% of cyberattacks the cybercriminal is working with an organization insider and/or with information obtained from social engineering, this mode is highly recommended.
This is our most complete type of testing, as it is based on a comprehensive analysis. With the White Box the entire network infrastructure, application source code (micro-services, APIs, topography, passwords, IPs, logins) are evaluated, as is all other data referring to the network, servers, structure, possible security measures, and firewalls, among others. Using all this preliminary information, our testing can be directed using a precise attack to discover what needs to be improved and realigned.

For services targeting source code verification, our consultants are trained to perform static and/or dynamic assessments, as well as integrating development processes with agile or cascade methods, leveraging the tools that allow us to quickly deliver differential vulnerability reports from one version of the code to another.
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