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We research publically available open source intelligence and captures instances that may leak vital information to hackers. This information is presented in a report that can be used by your executive team to formulate policies and awareness campaigns.
Your employees' personal emails and passwords may have been compromised in a recent hack. This may impact your organization as the same passwords may be used to access critical resources. Our report includes that research and more.
We carefully analyze the OSINT gathered in the first step and formulate a spear phishing scenario that is relevant to the target audience. The campaign is launched in a coordinated manner and each interaction with the user is captured minutely.
Our reports contain visual evidence of exposures found during the OSINT assessment. This ensures that you get sufficient input for an effective security awareness campaign. The Phishing Exposure assessment report captures vital statistics such as emails sent, delivered, opened, clicked on and includes User names and emails that resulted in a compromise.
Anyone that has worked in network security domain or information security domain can probably give you an answer. A penetration test is a permissive incursion on a computer system, web application or any network device. It is a simulated assault on your network, software, and computer.
OSINT stands for Open Source Intelligence. OSINT is a process to collect data/intelligence about people, companies, and organizations using an extensive collection of sources including the Internet.
While conducting a network penetration testing activity, the primary goal of the network penetration testers is to identify vulnerabilities which can be exploited by the attackers in an organization’s network devices such as routers, switches, systems, hosts, etc.