Penetration Testing methodologies

Penetration Testing methodologies; We discover and safely exploit vulnerabilities before hackers do. Penetration testing is a simulated attack orchestrated by certified security engineers to attempt to compromise your network and digital assets.

We do quality pen-tests much faster and cost-effective than the traditional approach. Our consultants achieve this by combining their advanced technical skills with powerful tools. You get an accurate security posture of your web applications or network as well as actionable recommendations.

  • Highly trained and certified penetration testing team
  • Guaranteed findings or test is free
  • Proven penetration testing methodology (NIST, OSSTMM, OWASP, PTES)
  • Clear & concise reports with prioritized, actionable items
  • POC creation with no business interruption


  • Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM)
  • Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)
  • Web Application Security Consortium (WASC)
  • Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES)
  • Information Systems Security Assessment Framework (ISSAF)
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Penetration tests and security audits can deliver widely different results depending on which standards and methodologies they leverage. Updated penetration testing standards and methodologies provide a viable option for companies who need to secure their systems and fix their cybersecurity vulnerabilities.


Web Penetration Testing

Our flagship cybersecurity service, we fully analyze and determine the extent to which your assets can defend against threats by testing your exposure to exploits and vulnerabilities on your infrastructure.

We discover and safely exploit vulnerabilities before hackers do

The primary goal of a pen test is to identify weak spots in an organization’s security posture, as well as measure the compliance of its security policy, test the staff’s awareness of security issues and determine whether — and how — the organization would be subject to security disasters.

A penetration test can also highlight weaknesses in a company’s security policies. For instance, although a security policy focuses on preventing and detecting an attack on an enterprise’s systems, that policy may not include a process to expel a hacker.