Protection for online media, news, and entertainment sources.
Protect your platform because public attention always brings unwanted attacks.
Online platforms for media and entertainment are the most used option for viewers today and in the future. These platforms are often the targets of attacks that aim to gain login information or make “hacktivist” attacks based on personal beliefs or goals. These media and entertainment sources are widely publicized and spread throughout the internet making them a higher target, knowing the impact that the hack could have.
insighti’s proven track record in securing these websites and applications, enables these companies to continue publishing their information while staying safe from these and other types of attacks. Whether it is through penetration testing or security consulting, we can together make a plan to protect this stream of information.
A report includes the list of vulnerabilities discovered with severity rating. Additionally, there is a managerial summary which outlines how these vulnerabilities correspond to a business risk, and a technical write up, so developers can reproduce and correct the issues.
The simplest way to estimate a project and build a quote is by having someone from our team take a quick look at the environment to determine the size of scope. We found that this provides the most accurate result for the quoting process and allows for the project to include the desired scope without being over priced.
The difference between a black box and a white box test is the level of information given to the tester at the onset of the test. With a black box test, the tester is given limited information in order to provide a more realistic scenario, with the information only found publicly. Alternatively, a white box test can allow for a more thorough test of the platform by giving the tester more information up front so they design more attack scenarios around the complete information.
What is the difference between a vulnerability scan and a penetration test?
A penetration test is a security verification technique that attempts to find and exploit security vulnerabilities with the intent to improve or prove security of a system. This often includes the manual work of designing and planning attack vectors that can include one or more found vulnerability or known information. A vulnerability scan finds known vulnerabilities but cannot combine or exploit those vulnerabilities to further verify security of a system.
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