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Reporting Dashboard

In addition to a formal PDF report, Advantio provides a premium threat report deliverable with web-based client access to the Advantio Vulnerability Portal, offering the following advantages:

  • Ability to create custom reporting
  • In-app remediation collaboration
  • In-app or email notifications when finding statuses change
  • Readily review updates in real time
  • Role-based access controls
  • Analytics that provide a view of all findings and SLAs
  • Track remediation status of vulnerabilities
  • Supports CSV and PDF export
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Our Certifications

  • Approved Scanning Vendor ASV
  • AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner
  • EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)
  • CompTIA Security
  • CompTIA Pentest+
  • CREST Practitioner Security Analyst (PSA)
  • eLearnSecurity Mobile Application Penetration Tester (eMAPT)
  • Penetration Tester eXtreme (eWPTX)
  • Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP)
  • CREST (Registered Penetration Tester (RPT)
  • Pentester Academy Certified Red Team Professional (CRTP)
  • eLearnSecurity Web Application Penetration Tester (eWPT)
  • eLearnSecurity Certified Professional Penetration Tester (eCPPT)
  • eLearnSecurity Certified eXploit Developer (eCXD)
  • eLearnSecurity Junior Penetration Tester (eJPT)

What Is Penetration Testing and Why Do You Need It?

  • In-depth evaluation of your organization's information security posture

  • Identifying areas of weaknesses in your IT environment

  • Uncover critical vulnerabilities in your system components

A penetration test imitates the action of an external and internal cyber attacker that aims to breach the security of your organization while using available attack vectors to compromise sensitive information. Using variously automated or manual reconnaissance and exploitation tools and techniques, the penetration tester attempts to identify and safely exploit weaknesses in people, technology, and processes to gain access to sensitive data.

Tactical Recommendations on Penetration Testing

1 Level of Awareness

Many organizations do not consider protecting their data from cyber-attacks as they often lack sufficient resources to defend themselves.

Types of penetration testing – Black, Grey, and White:

  • featureIcon_blackBox Black box penetration testers rely on dynamic analysis of currently running programs and systems within the target network
  • featureIcon_blackBox Grey box penetration testers provide a more focused and efficient assessment of a network’s security than a black-box assessment
  • featureIcon_blackBox White box penetration testers can perform static code analysis, making familiarity with source code analyzers, debuggers, and similar tools crucial for this type of testing

2 Testing Vectors

Identifying input vectors and checking attack results are sometimes incomplete. It can cause parts of the organizational component to be untested and leave vulnerabilities undiscovered.

Types of input vectors – External and Internal:

  • featureIcon_alert External vector aims to assess your organization’s network vulnerabilities
  • featureIcon_server Identifies security issues in servers, hosts, devices, and network services
  • featureIcon_people Internal vector network assesses the vulnerabilities that exist for systems that are accessible to authorized login IDs within the network

3 Target System

The level of intrusion derives from the testing your organization wishes to explore on the target system. Our experts are fully equipped and aware of the most relevant type of test for you.

Types of target – Infrastructure, Application – web & mobile, Social engineering:

  • featureIcon_hacker An infrastructure pen-testing is a method of evaluating the security of your computing networks, infrastructure and application weaknesses by simulating a malicious attack
  • featureIcon_bug An application pen-testing can help you gain insight into the potential damage and business risk an attacker could inflict should they compromise your web & mobile infrastructure
  • featureIcon_phishing Social engineering pen-testing is the attempt to gain information, access, or introduce unauthorized software into the environment through the manipulation of end-users

Advantio Testing Bundles

We offer a range of testing options to suit your business. Speak to us about one of our testing bundles below or contact our sales team about a custom bundle for your unique testing needs.

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Infrastructure PT
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Web App PT
Vulnerability Scan
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Payzone-Advantio Case Study

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Pen Testing and other services

Advantio’s dedicated penetration testing team has provided Payzone with a full report containing a list of any mitigations needed with multi-year expert consultancy and technical support.