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The dependence we have on technology, the rapid increase in cyberattacks, and the constant evolution of hacking techniques have created one of the greatest threats to those that own large enterprises.

When it comes to penetration tests, identifying vulnerabilities and improving your company’s protection is our top priority. Furthermore, it’s the solution to the risk of an attack discontinuing your organisation’s workflow for an indefinite amount of time.


What advantages will you get from a Penetration Test?

Detecting and resolving security breaches

Security faults are not always exploited from the outside. 47% of attacks are produced from inside the company itself.

Maintaining your data’s confidentiality

One of the main motives behind an attack is data theft. That’s why it’s known that hackers steal over 5 million files of data every day.

Obtaining greater control over access to your company’s resources

48% of security breaches are found in servers that have poor configuration. This is why it’s important to avoid the disclosure of sensitive information as much as possible.


Identifying vulnerabilities with the cyberattack technique that’s used the most: Social Engineering

Human error is the weakest point in cybersecurity, which explains why 60% of companies were victims of social engineering attacks in 2016.



Types of Penetration Tests

Web Audit

A web audit assesses the security measures that a web application, or web page, would have. The objective behind a web audit is to find potential security faults, so they can avoid any attackers from entering your systems.

The techniques utilised in a web audit simulates a real-life attack on your business. By being conducted in this manner, the audit checks the vulnerability level in your organisation in an efficient manner.

Server Audit

A server with poor configuration can leave the credentials that you use to access your company’s tools exposed.

Also, it can allow both employees with limited privileges and people outside your organisation to access all of the information that’s contained in the server. This would make users with unauthorised access able to leak sensitive information that they could use against the interest of your company.

Network Security

Network security audits are conducted to detect the vulnerabilities, the points of entry, the poor network configuration, and the internal security breaches that permit unauthorised access to your company’s information.

With the use of a network security test, we check, monitor, and protect your systems with the objective to conserve the integrity of your company’s data, as well as the integrity of your clients’ sensitive information.

Social Engineering

This attack technique works by tricking your employees so that they can retrieve information for them, or to perform certain actions that can compromise your company’s systems or equipment.

With this audit, we evaluate if your organisation is at risk from facing this kind of cyber threat by performing security awareness tests on your employees and collaborators.


Ways of performing a Pentest

White Box

Consists of total access from inside the company.

Grey Box

Consists of limited access to the company’s resources.

Black Box

No information given about the infrastructure.


Phases of a Pentest

Company Analysis

Every organisation is different. That is why we carry out a detailed study on a company’s infrastructure in the initial phase of the analysis.

This makes the audits that we perform 100% tailored and adapted to the necessities of any and every type of organisation.

Attack Simulations

At Open Data Security, we work at reproducing real-life attack scenarios, as well as simulating the attacker’s behaviour when a hack would be carried out.

This demonstrates the most effective way to evaluate the vulnerability level in your company.

In-Depth Reports

Ultimately, we will give you a document which will tell how we have carried out the audit, what vulnerabilities have been found, what risks will occur if the security faults are not solved, and finally a proposal for the best way to fix those faults.

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Call us at +44 203 034 0056 (UK) / +1 347 669 9174 (US) or fill in this form and we will contact you as soon as possible.

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