Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing

Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing

TechPolygon dedicated engineers and software experts will uncover any and all security issues for you.

Let an expert team find the gaps in your security and navigating today’s complex business environments to meet or exceeds industry standards. With over 1250+ tests catering to your special needs, no flaw will be left undetected.

TechPolygon carried out a security audit on our digital application which is a solution that allows companies to manage their whistleblower system. Due to the sensitive nature of the information that is processed in the application, we wanted to identify all possible security loopholes.

Our mission to protect this small world from cyber-attack with our wide range of information and cybersecurity solution services tailored to your organization’s challenges.

Comprehensive threat and Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) is essential to securing your organization. Our multidisciplinary approach looks at security from every angle to mitigate risks — from the physical environment to the human element to the role of technology.

Effective security starts with a clear understanding of your vulnerabilities. We can help you gauge your strengths and weaknesses in a wide variety of scenarios, from facility security to executive protection. Not only do we bring decades of experience to our Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing, our leading experts can also help you anticipate potential sources of new threats.

We perform Vulnerability Assessments, Application Security Assessment, Phishing Assessment & Penetration Testing. We can find the weak spots in your critical assets and take corrective action before attackers exploit them to sabotage your business or steal your confidential data.

Types of Penetration Testing:

1. Black Box Testing

with functional Black Box Testing, no implementation knowledge is necessary beforehand. Therefore, hackers infiltrate a system without knowing the design or implementation structure. Black box testing is done mostly by software testers.

2. White Box Testing

in structural White Box Testing, implementation understanding is necessary. White Box Testing occurs with knowledge about the design or implementation structure of an application or system beforehand. White box testing is accomplished mostly by software developers. White Box Testing is generally the most time consuming of all penetration testing activities.

3. Gray Box Testing:

a combination of Black Box and White Box Testing, Gray Box Testing will yield some knowledge and understanding of the internal structure of a system, including its design and implementation structure, to a limited extent. Gray Box Testing is generally done from the end user’s perspective. It is not necessarily from the point-of-view of a programmer.

We Provide VAPT services for:

Our TechPolygon Security experts have the knowledge and experience needed to strengthen a web app's ability to stand up to inside and outside security threats. With our help, your business can:

  • Find security vulnerabilities in your web environments
  • Highlight potential real-world risks to your organization
  • Help you map out path toward addressing and repairing any identified application security flaws

Red Polygon Security pen testers have backgrounds in software development. They understand the common mistakes developer can make, so they go beyond merely trying to break a web app. Our security professionals use their experience to find critical issues before they become a security crisis.

Understanding and addressing cybersecurity issues can help protect your company from potential real-world cyber-attacks.  Red Polygon Security experts have the knowledge and experience needed to strengthen your network security.  Our penetration testers act as ethical hackers to uncover security weaknesses.   After completing thorough pen tests and security assessments, our security professionals will provide suggestions to remediate issues as the final product of the testing process. While these may include technical recommendations, they may also cover business processes for sensitive data or even employee education about resisting phishing, developing strong passwords, etc.

Summary of Benefits:

  • Accurate point in time picture of your vulnerabilities and the potential impact on your organization
  • Clear guidance for remediation
  • Deliverables
  • Summary of Findings
  • Technical Description of Findings
  • Prioritized Recommendations & Executive Summary

Our team of highly trained penetration testers understands that a modern and secure wireless network needs to be user-friendly and handle the business's demands. It needs to be able to balance cybersecurity with productivity to keep your business operating securely. By performing security testing, organizations could see decreased costs, increased collaboration among employees, and enhanced customer service experiences. Elevating your security posture through remediation of potential vulnerabilities on your wireless network ultimately leads to increased revenue and an overall improved work experience for both employees and customers. To reach these goals, careful planning with security experts is essential. Any effective planning should begin with a detailed wireless security assessment for your organization.

TechPolygon Security's certified team of pen testers is experienced in a variety of mobile application testing environments including Android, iOS, Windows, and other common operating systems. We recognize each organization's cybersecurity needs and purpose for mobile app pen testing can be different, which is why we take the time to fully understand your application's purpose and user interactions, giving us a clearer route a would-be attacker would take. Our penetration testers carefully consider the business logic implemented by application developers to provide a more thoughtful, comprehensive, and valuable deliverable.

A Vulnerability assessment is a systematic review of security weaknesses in an information system. It evaluates if the system is susceptible to any known vulnerabilities, assigns severity levels to those vulnerabilities, and recommends remediation or mitigation, if and whenever needed.

There are several types of vulnerability assessments. These include:

Host assessment – The assessment of critical servers, which may be vulnerable to attacks if not adequately tested or not generated from a tested machine image.

Network and wireless assessment – The assessment of policies and practices to prevent unauthorized access to private or public networks and network-accessible resources.

Database assessment – The assessment of databases or big data systems for vulnerabilities and misconfigurations, identifying rogue databases or insecure dev/test environments, and classifying sensitive data across an organization’s infrastructure.

Application scans – The identifying of security vulnerabilities in web applications and their source code by automated scans on the front-end or static/dynamic analysis of source code.

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