What is Client Side Penetration Testing? A Client Side Penetration Test is an authorised process of testing end user susceptibility to conduct attacker requested actions. This is often conducted via phishing attacks or similar means.
What is Client Side Penetration Testing?
A Client Side Penetration Test is an authorised process of testing end user susceptibility to conduct attacker requested actions. This is often conducted via phishing attacks or similar means.
Benefits to your business
- Train your employees to be aware of the Cyber attack risks
- Protect intellectual property, critical information, and employee information
- Get a risk assessment based on your employees’ security awareness and susceptibility to malicious attacks
- Avoid costly downtime and possible legal action by protecting your systems against the spread of malware
- Raise awareness by using real life cyber attack scenarios in a controlled environment
- Reduce costs, and free internal security resources directed at remediation of employee introduced threats
Shearwater: The Gold Standard in Penetration Testing
Here is how we raise the bar:
Shearwater offers in-depth executive level reporting which serves as a risk minimisation tool for management, and a technical document – listing vulnerabilities prioritised according to risk level – for the internal security team. The report also provides access to mitigation strategies based on Shearwater’s key insights into the cyber-threat landscape.
Post Engagement Follow Up
Our post engagement follow-up is an additional benefit that allows clients to engage us with questions, or seek guidance on issues referred to in our penetration testing report.
The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM)
Penetration Testing and Execution Standard (PTES)
Penetration Testing Framework
Australian Government Security Policies and Guidelines
We listen to our clients to understand their goals. Our team also alerts security staff – in real time – to critical vulnerabilities and threats discovered.