Web Service and API Penetration Testing
Web Services can provide direct access for hackers to critical business data.
A Penetration Test hardens your API, and prevents its use
as an attack vector against your organisation.
A Web Service Penetration Test is an authorised hacking attempt aimed at identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities in the architecture and configuration of a web service. The purpose of this test is to demonstrate the ways attackers can compromise a web service and gain access to an organisation’s virtual assets.
Shearwater’s Web Service Penetration Testing Methodology
Shearwater: The Gold Standard in Penetration Testing
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 report.