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Utility & Telco
Security from the grid to the edge.
Utility and Telecom companies are prime targets for attacks because of the impact their systems can have on the community.
Telco and Utilities industries are, in a sense, the pinnacles of technical engineering, where computing reaches out of server rooms into the world of physical objects. Whether you’re delivering a customer-centric web-portal, building a mesh of IoT sensors that help you steer the commodity flows better or automating the next business process, you are covered. Get support through the entire secure development lifecycle, starting with security architecture, through support during development to pre-release in-depth penetration testing.
Moreover, expertise in hardware and software reverse engineering and security evaluation is available, and thus can provide assurances that the 3rd party hardware you’re deploying does not pose a security threat to the rest of the infrastructure.
The object of the test is not to disrupt service or damage any information. However, we cannot predict how the system will always respond to an exploit, so we recommend that there are operations personnel ready and backups available.
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.
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.
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.
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