External Attack
Surface Management

Our EASM tool uses industry standards to discover and assess
your organizations external security posture. Every phase of the engagement is utilizing
ML to better assist our consultants in effectively finding bugs.
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Clear & Concise

IT Managers and Executives utilize our reports to better understand the
evolving attack surface area and how to implement remediation.
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Continuously Securing
Digital Assets

Our continuous approach allows for organizations of all sizes
to enable better security awareness through collection and
distribution of security data.
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WHY Secure?

Threat Actors evolve monthly, so should your defenses!

In the world of cybersecurity, emerging threats are always a concern. As technology evolves, so do the methods that threat actors use to exploit vulnerabilities. In order to effectively defend against these threats, it is important to always be aware of the latest trends and developments. One way to stay ahead of the curve is to implement a defense in depth strategy. This approach entails using multiple layers of security, such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and anti-malware software. By using multiple defenses, you can more effectively protect your system from a wide range of attacks. Additionally, it is important to regularly update your security measures in order to keep up with the latest emerging threats. By staying vigilant and implementing an effective defense strategy, you can help to ensure that your system remains safe from emerging threats.

Continuous AI-Assisted Cyber Security

In today’s digital world, data security is more important than ever. compliance regulations like GDPR and PCI-DSS require companies to take steps to protect customer data, and the threat of ransomware attacks loom large. Internal penetration testing is an essential part of any data security strategy. By simulating real-world attacks, it helps to identify vulnerabilities and ensure that systems are properly configured. Additionally, internal penetration testing can help compliance officers verify that their organization is meeting all relevant requirements. As such, it is clear that internal penetration testing is a must for any company that wants to keep its data safe.


Web Application Testing

Testing for XSS, SQLi, WAF Bypass, CSRF, Local and Remote Code Execution.

Vulnerability Assessments

Using the latest Scan Engines we find vulnerabilities hanging around in your environment.


Helping companies make the decisions needed in modern enterprises. We embed ourselves into your organization and work with you daily to drive impact.

External Network Penetration Testing

Wide Area Network attacks such as External Port Scanning and External Host Identification and finally Host Exploitation.

Internal Network Penetration Testing

We test from within your perimeter and all potential SaaS trust boundaries. Once on the network, we test the level of hardening, finding server misconfigurations and Network Segmentation.

Controlled Engagements

Direct control of your security consultants and their time is critical. If there is not in-house team to help you secure, we can fill that gap for your business!

Emerging TTPs

Our consultants find and leverage the latest bugs and exploits for various vendors and platforms. This expertise allows us to find the holes in your defenses and make a plan and take the necessary measures before a real APT leverages them against you.


Our detailed report defines the details of the engagement, defines a remediation plan and will help implement remediation.


Potential lateral movement around your network could be devastating!

When it comes to network security, defense in depth is essential. Lateral movement around your network could be devastating, so it’s important to take steps to prevent it. Penetration testing can be a helpful way to identify potential security vulnerabilities. By simulating an attack, you can see how your system would hold up and make changes accordingly. Regular testing is important, as new threats are always emerging. In addition to penetration testing, other security measures such as firewalls and authentication can help to reduce the risk of lateral movement. By taking a layered approach to security, you can give yourself the best chance of protecting your network.

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Vulnerability Assessments vs a Penetration Test?

Vulnerability Assessments are good for companies that want a high level understanding of the risks in their environment.

Penetration Testing is good when risk is unknown for a new product or infrastructure. Both Application and Network Penetration testing allows for full understanding of impact due to risks found in the Vulnerability Assessments.

All of our Penetration Tests have a Vulnerability analysis phase that mimics our methodology for Vulnerability Assessments.