Internal Infrastructure Penetration Testing

Identifying security vulnerabilities within your critical internal networks

What is Internal Infrastructure Penetration Testing?

An internal infrastructure penetration test will assess your critical internal networks to identify security vulnerabilities and weaknesses.

These are the environments that may be used on a daily basis to: transmit sensitive data, connect to business critical services and to store highly confidential information.

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What Will Be Assessed?
Ruptura InfoSecurity will assess the security posture of various aspects of your internal infrastructure. These may include:
  • User Workstations
  • Domain Resources
  • Database Servers
  • 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 internal infrastructure, ensuring you have a full picture of your most critical environments.
On-Site Consultation
Due to the nature of this style of testing, a consultant may need to be on-site to perform the assessment. This does however give you a chance to ask questions and further your understanding of the security posture of the environment.

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 Internal Infrastructure Penetration Testing

Internal networks and environments are often where a companies most critical assets are located. Within these internal environments, there is often a large plethora of technologies, operating systems and services – all of which will be assessed within an internal infrastructure penetration test. 

Although these environments are usually segregated from the internet through various controls and network devices, they often are riddled with security vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to compromise your entire organisation. 

Our CREST approved internal infrastructure penetration testing service can provide you with insight into security vulnerabilities within what could be your most critical assets. We can:

  • Identify security vulnerabilities relating to insecure network configurations.
  •  Identify critical flaws within critical services and network devices.
  •  Highlight attack paths, once an attacker has a foothold within the internal environment.
  • Provide assurance that an expert team has reviewed the internal infrastructure for security vulnerabilities and advised accordingly.

Our Engagement Lifecycle

A typical internal 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 internal 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 internal 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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