Reduce risk of cyberattacks with the EIKONA IT Security Check.
- Tighter IT security
- Individual focus
- Reduced costs for cyber insurance
- Future-proof IT
- Direct recommendations
- Detailed report
Different tests for different scenarios
In penetration testing, the customer's systems are deliberately penetrated with the customer's permission in order to identify vulnerabilities. It tests either the infrastructure, i.e. firewalls, WiFi networks, server systems or VPN accounts, or web applications such as web stores. The test can be performed in several ways. In a black box penetration test, the tester acts like a hacker who has no advance information about the IT and tries to penetrate the system.
White box penetration testing verifies that all the systems are running as they should. This produces a target/actual comparison for verifying that the IT security meets current standards. White box testers have all the information about the IT. In the third approach, grey box penetration testing, the tester knows some things about the IT infrastructure and tests defined areas of the IT. The test can be performed externally to simulate an attack from the outside or internally with a specific test objective.