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            Hack your own network, and fix the holes before the bad guys do.

            Organizations do everything they can to protect their systems and assets, however it often only takes a small vulnerability and some creativity to breach the corporate security structure. With Cyber Centaurs pen testing services you can find out how secure your network really is, by systematically testing your defenses.


            A penetration test is a full emulation of a hack into your network, just like a threat actor would do. This type of attack is part of an offensive security strategy. The goal is to hack into your network and close the loop holes that attackers otherwise may gain access to and exploit. The Penetration test is significantly different than a vulnerability assessment. It goes beyond finding vulnerabilities, but actually emphasizes on exploiting them to gain access to your organizations network infrastructure.

            Why You Need It

            A penetration test should be a fundamental part of every organization’s cyber defense mechanism. It can assist in determining if your current security strategies are adequate and can uncover otherwise undetected obscure vulnerabilities in your perimeter and cloud platforms.

            Will Help with:
            • Testing your actual vulnerabilities
            • Finding misconfigurations
            • Learning the attackers approach
            Reduce chances of:
            • Intellectual Property theft
            • Corporate Espionage
            • Compliance breaches

            Without a penetration test, your organization may have a misconceived sense of its exposures and risks to threat actors. While an annual vulnerability assessment, can provide some insights

            They are not as comprehensive as a practical real world attack simulation carried out by experienced penetration testers. Nothing can fully prepare you for an authentic attack, nonetheless a penetration test with its depth and focus with a determination to breach your systems is as close as it will ever get.

            Case Study

            Read a case study and find out how a financial institution learned that despite best efforts and large annual spending on cyber security, the institution still was vulnerable to a breach and was previously under a false sense of security. Find out what the vulnerability was and how the financial institution was able to irradiate this vulnerability and improve the cyber security defenses on the network. This is a common issue that is not limited to the finance sector but can also affect your organization.

            Our Approach

            By using specific methodologies to attack your servers, desktops, web applications, routers, VPN's and firewalls, the penetration test will reveal the true strength of the cyber security defenses your company or institution. Cyber Centaurs will apply proven methodologies and powerful technologies to give you the assurance you need.

            • Planning and Reconnaissance (Gathering information about company and network)
            • Vulnerability Analysis (Scanning host and network for weak points)
            • Exploitation (gaining access to the network)
            • Post Exploitation (maintaining access)
            • Reporting (Executive summary and technical reporting of breach and recommendations)


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