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Bit Sentinel helps you to manage and secure any network infrastructure environment through reliable Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing services that match your business requirements.

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Network security is an over-arching term that describes the policies and procedures implemented by a network administrator to avoid and keep track of unauthorized access, exploitation, modification, or denial of the network and network resources.
Well-implemented network security blocks viruses, malware, hackers, own employees etc. from accessing or altering secure information on your systems from unauthorized places. System administrators can mitigate incoming attacks as they happen using intelligent Intrusion Detection & Prevention Services.

Why you need a Penetration Test and a Vulnerability Assessment on a Network Infrastructure?

By having a strong network infrastructure with an up to date security policy and a strong vulnerability management process your infrastructure will protect your assets from unwanted attacks and malicious hackers.

How do these Network Infrastructure vulnerabilities affect your customers and business?

Many network security threats today are spread over the Internet. The most common include:

  • Viruses, worms, and Trojan horses
  • Spyware and adware
  • Zero-day attacks, also called zero-hour attacks
  • Hacker attacks
  • Denial of service attacks
  • Data interception and theft
  • Identity theft

By implementing network security and performing proper network security tests you can mitigate the most common network security threats mentioned above and identify any specific vulnerabilities that can affect your companies daily operations.

What are the benefits of a Penetration Test and a Vulnerability Assessment?

With proper network security in place, your company will experience many business benefits. Your company is protected against business disruption, which keep employees productive. Also, Network security helps your company meet mandatory regulatory compliance. Because network security helps protect your customers’ data, it reduces the risk of legal action from data theft.

Ultimately, network security protect a business’s reputation, which is one of its most important assets.

Choose the Approach that Match Your Needs

The Bit Sentinel Vulnerability Assessments & Penetration Tests are scaled in order to meet the needs of your business. While security is fundamentally based on people and processes, there are a number of technical solutions to consider when testing security of network infrastructures. At a high level, these solutions include:

Black Box Testing

The Black Box Security Testing assumes no prior knowledge of the infrastructure to be tested. This unique approach enables our engineers to test your system infrastructure from the perspective of an external attacker with zero knowledge of your systems applications or infrastructure.The advantages of this type of testing include:

  • The test is unbiased because the designer and the tester are independent of each other.
  • The tester does not need knowledge of any specific programming languages.
  • The test is done from the point of view of the user, not the designer.
  • Test cases can be designed as soon as the specifications are complete.

Our Black Box testing regime is therefore exceptionally able to identify weaknesses in any of your services that are accessible online or within a network, including standard web services and in-house application services.

White Box Testing

Also known as glass box, structural, clear box and open box testing. This is a testing technique whereby explicit knowledge of the internal workings of the item being tested are used to select the test data.The White Box Testing starts from a point of complete knowledge of the infrastructure to be tested, often including network diagrams, source code, and IP addressing information. Our experienced engineers then use their knowledge of the various elements of the infrastructure to identify the known weak points before conducting a comprehensive audit to identify all other vulnerabilities.The test is accurate only if the tester knows what the program is supposed to do. He or she can then see if the program diverges from its intended goal. White box testing does not account for errors caused by omission, and all visible code must also be readable.For a complete software examination, both white box and black box tests are required.

Grey Box Testing

The Grey Box Testing is a blend of Black Box testing and White Box testing techniques. This multifaceted test results in a comprehensive and highly focused test that cuts down on testing time-frame and budget. Moreover, this approach helps our engineers to learn how your application works and test at both ends whether a suspicious vector of an attack is plausible or not, minimizing False-Positive results.

Our Methodology

While network security is fundamentally based on servers and the adjacent network infrastructure, there are a number of technical solutions to consider when testing the whole infrastructure. At a high level, these solutions include but not limited to: NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology), OSSTM (Open Source Security Testing Methodology), OISSG (Open Information Systems Security Group), OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project).
  • Pre-engagement Interactions
  • Intelligence & Information Gathering
  • Threat Modeling (Authentication, Identity, Configuration, Session Management)
  • Vulnerability Analysis (Authorization, Business Logic, Data Validation, Security Management, Errors Handling, Cryptography, Client Side, Input Validation)
  • Exploitation
  • Post Exploitation, Pivoting & Privilege Escalation
  • Reporting & Mitigation
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Report Sample

Bit Sentinel use international standard for the structure of the Client Reports after any Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing. Client reports follow the same philosophy and approach to prioritize useful deliverables in all client reports, including:
  • Limitations Regarding the Disclosure and Use of This Report
  • General Introduction
  • Executive Summary
  • Methodology
  • Conducted Tests
  • Vulnerabilities Identified (List, Distribution, Risk of each Vulnerability)
  • Detailed Report of Each Vulnerability
  • Conclusions (Recommendation, Counter Measures & Remediation)
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