External Infrastructure Penetration Testing

Identifying security vulnerabilities within your critical external networks.

What is External Infrastructure Penetration Testing?

An external infrastructure penetration test will assess your externally facing networks to identify security vulnerabilities and weaknesses.

As these networks are publicly exposed to the internet, malicious attackers from around the world are able to target and potentially compromise these systems – with unlimited time restraints.

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What Will Be Assessed?
Ruptura InfoSecurity will assess the security posture of your key externally facing resources. These may include:
  • VPN Gateways
  • Azure / AWS / GCP / OCL Services (Cloud)
  • Remote Desktop Gateways / Citrix / RDS
  • Network Devices
Experts

Our team of infrastructure testers specialise in assessing corporate networks of all sizes and complexity. Ruptura InfoSecurity will use both industry approved tools and custom built ‘in-house’ tools to assess your external infrastructure, ensuring you have a full picture of your most critical environments.

Remote Testing

Our external infrastructure security testing service is performed remotely. This enables us to test in the same way that a real-world attacker would, over the internet from any location.

A Cyber Security Partner You Can Trust

Ruptura InfoSecurity are a UK based cyber security provider. Our services are provided entirely in-house and are fully accredited by industry standard qualifications and standards.

Benefits of External Infrastructure Penetration Testing

Externally facing networks and environments are often used by organisations to allow employees to connect to internal resources. Examples of these could be: VPN servers, remote desktop gateways or various cloud services and gateways. As these environments often allow access into internal and critical systems, it is imperative that they are appropriately secured. 

Attackers have an almost unlimited time period to attack these services, which could ultimately lead to both reputational and financial damage if successful. 

Our CREST approved external infrastructure penetration testing service can provide you with insight into security vulnerabilities within your externally facing assets. We can:

  • Identify security vulnerabilities relating to insecure configurations.
  •  Identify flaws within critical services and network devices.
  •  Highlight areas where security best practice is not being followed.
  • Provide assurance that an expert team has reviewed the external infrastructure for security vulnerabilities and advised accordingly.

Our Engagement Lifecycle

A typical external infrastructure penetration test conducted by Ruptura InfoSecurity will follow the following engagement lifestyle.

Our aftercare service allows your organisation to receive the technical support it may need to remediate identified vulnerabilities.

Step 1 - Scoping
Ruptura InfoSecurity will learn about the key aspects of your external infrastructure through a scoping call or sharing of technical diagrams.
Step 2 - Proposal

Ruptura InfoSecurity will securely issue a formal proposal containing all T&C's and other important information.

Step 3 - Discovery

Your dedicated penetration tester will begin enumerating the external infrastructure to identify potential attack paths and security vulnerabilities.

Step 4 - Exploitation

Your dedicated penetration tester will safely exploit any identified security vulnerabilities. Safe proof-of-concepts will be demonstrated.

Step 5 - Reporting

The penetration tester will complete their report detailing all identified issues and appropriate fixes. Once QA'd, the report is securely issued.

Step 6 - Aftercare

Our consultancy team will then take over to assist you with any technical remediation activities and additional support. Debrief sessions can take place with key stakeholders.

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