Internal Network Penetration Testing
An Internal Network Penetration Test examines internal IT systems, like Internal Servers, Firewalls, Routers, etc for any security weakness that could be used to disrupt the confidentiality, availability or integrity of the network, thereby allowing the organisation to address each weaknesses. In an Internal Network Penetration Test, our testers will act as an internal member of the organization to mimic the actions of an attacker exploiting weaknesses in network security from the intenal side. At the end, you get a comprehensive list of all security vulnerabilities on your internal infrastructure.
We do understand the importance of organization's policies and regulations that drive the need for security in industries ranging from e-commerce, financial services, and health care. Our tests, remediations and recommendations are not disruptive to your organization, and causes minimal or no impact on staff and business productivity.
Our Internal Network Penetration Testing includes:
Information Gathering: The information gathering phase results in a detailed blueprint of your company's network that lists the types of hosts and their operating systems. This allows us to achieve a thorough network mapping and overcome any blind spots you might have. We gather domain names, IP network ranges, and information about hosts, such as operating systems and applications.
Vulnerability Scanning: The details collected during the information gathering phase are used to perform vulnerability scanning and penetrate systems. Foundstone takes a holistic view of the network and chains multiple, low-risk vulnerabilities in order to achieve a high level of access into the target network. This vulnerability linking typically culminates in pilfering sensitive data such as password hashes, restricted databases, or attaining access to specific assets that your company identifies as critical.
Penetration Testing: Our network penetration testing provides the most thorough test of internal defenses available. Sandrock consultants scrutinize internal systems for any weakness or information that could be used by an internal attacker to disrupt the confidentiality, availability, or integrity of the internal network.