Vulnerability Analysis and Ethical Hacking is mainly designed to prevent possible cyber-attacks to the infrastructure of organizations through the application of specialized tools. This process seeks to mitigate risks associated with the organization’s services and devices by determining information security breaches in order to remedy possible cyber-attacks.

The benefits that companies can obtain thanks to Ethical Hacking and Vulnerability Analysis are:

  • Determination of information security gaps and the roadmap for their closure.
  • Identification of the security level of information systems and network devices.
  • Information theft risk mitigation.
  • Decrease of investment by the organization maximizing operability in terms of time and money.
  • Gain control over security and have the assets and information systems managed and guarantee the availability of the same.

Why choose CINTEL?

CINTEL offers the Vulnerability Analysis and Ethical Hacking service, through which you will be able to detect the security level of the internal or external information systems in your organization, as well as the network devices, in order to determine the degree of access that an attacker would have to the critical or valuable information for your organization.

This is how we develop our model

Phase 1 – Definition of the scope of the service: According to the number of information systems and network devices to be analyzed, the Center establishes a schedule and work windows so as not to interrupt the normal operation of the organization.

Phase 2 – Information gathering: We collect enough minimum information to perform the Ethical Hacking and vulnerability analysis.

Phase 3 – Controlled attack and analysis of results: By means of different technological tools we execute a controlled attack to the information systems and network devices in order to access internally and externally to sensitive information of the organization. Once the attack has been carried out, we analyze the information to establish the information security breaches.

Phase 4 – Documentation: With the information gathered from the analysis, we proceed to document the process and agree on a roadmap to close each breach found during the controlled attack on the organization.

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