Penetration Testing

At Cybergate we offer comprehensive security assessments which are tailored to your environment and organisational needs, clearly highlighting the security shortcomings whilst providing actionable remediation advice to improve your overall security posture.

Penetration testing, or pen testing, is an independent and objective security assessment which simulates real world attacks on an IT system be it a web application, mobile application, physical network or cloud infrastructure. The aim is to proactively identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses ahead of your attacker.

A Cybergate pentest is made up of the following phases:

  • Pre-engagement Assessment: We collaborate with you to understand your cyber security requirements and goals. This exercise will ultimately define the type and duration of the engagement along with assets which are in scope.
  • Penetration Test Execution: In this phase your dedicated consultant will perform the actual test by utilising the same tools and techniques malicious actors use whilst following our structured and comprehensive methodology for that type of test.
  • Reporting Phase: You will be presented with a report detailing the vulnerabilities discovered and how they were exploited along with actionable and tailored remediations.
Web Application & API

In today's digital and competitive world, Web Applications (Web Apps) and APIs have become a necessity for organisations across the globe to establish their online presence and offer services ...

Internal Infrastructure

Companies build their internal infrastructure to facilitate the sharing of files, centrally storing and accessing of internal data and to allow staff members to authenticate to internal systems ...

Mobile Application

With the proliferation of mobile devices, it should come as no surprise that organisations are leveraging mobile applications to provide services at the palm of everyone’s hands ...

External Infrastructure

In today’s competitive world, productivity and accessibility are becoming the top priorities of an organisation. This can have a deterrent effect on the security of your IT infrastructure and can leave gaping holes ...