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Web Application Security Testing

Web applications perform a pivotal function in today’s business and as such have become a regular target to cybercriminals. Unidentified vulnerabilities in these applications could lead to significant losses of sensitive user and financial data.

NSI Global’s Offensive Cyber Security Unit (OSCU) can perform web application security testing for both web (browser based) and non-web (client/server, command line, etc) based systems to uncover logic faults, software defects, and bugs. Undetected, these issues can lead to unauthorised access of your networks, systems, and the information contained within applications.

Our OSCU will provide results of these tests outlining issues and vulnerabilities found and provide detailed recommendations for immediate overhaul.

Our OSCU applies the seven phases from NSI’s Penetration Testing Methodology.

Web Application Security Testing Identifies Vulnerabilities Such As

Injection Flaws

Authentication Weaknesses

Poor Session Management

Broken Access Controls

Security Misconfigurations

Database Interaction Errors

Input Validation Problems

Flaws in Application Logic

Network Security Penetration Testing

Small to medium enterprises, multinationals, and government departments are constantly targeted by increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks.  Network security has become a talking point in boardrooms due to the reputational and financial damage that occurs when breaches happen.

The increased usage of vulnerable cloud services and unsecured remote workstations are two examples of trends causing an increase in threats. IT security technologies such as antivirus and firewalls are not effective at securing your organisation against attacks such as malware, ransomware, password attacks, social engineering, denial of service attacks, and man-in-the-middle attacks.

By adopting an offensive security mindset, NSI’s OSCU consults with organisations of all sizes advising them how to defend against the latest attacks. Attacks can be in the form of unauthorised access, misuse, modification, and exploitation against IT networks and data. An effective network security protocol involves the review of existing and thorough remediation of the policies and practices designed to protect your network.

Network Security Penetration Testing Uncovers Vulnerabilities That Can Be Exploited With



Password Attacks

Social Engineering

Denial of Service Attacks

Man-in-the-Middle Attacks

Remote Access Penetration Testing

With the significant uptake of remote and work from home options being taken up by staff, effective remote access testing is a necessity to uncover any vulnerabilities which could currently be exposing the organisation. NSI Global can conduct remote access penetration tests to identify cyber security risks in virtual private networks (VPN’s), remote desktop protocols (RDP), and virtual desktops.

Our OSCU will review remote working practices and can uncover a variety of security concerns such as misconfigured IT systems, applications and infrastructure. Detailed reports will be provided detailing all detected vulnerabilities along with comprehensive guidelines for remediation.

Remote Working Security Risks

Misconfigured Cloud Platforms

Misconfigured VPNs

Weak Access Controls

Misconfigured Firewalls

Misconfigured Remote Desktop Protocols

Inadequate BYOD Policies

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NSI Global has provided organisations with the intelligence they need to make informed decisions. We can arrange an appointment for a confidential discussion at our radio shielded, secure office in Sydney Olympic Park. This location is under 24 hour surveillance and has been fortified against bugging technology to ensure your privacy.

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