Network Security Assessment

Services Network Security Assessment

Network Security Assessment will reveal real-world opportunities for hackers with possibilities for systems and networks compromises. We are identifying unauthorized access to sensitive data or even domain take-over systems for malicious/non-business purposes. The process of assessing an organization’s network infrastructure externally or internally is to identify vulnerabilities and security issues.

Types of Network Penetration Tests:

  • External Penetration Testing.
  • Internal Penetration Testing.

We are snappy audit tool and we provide security tool available in market and we provide static code analysis tools, static code review tools, static testing tools helps static testing tools making application development faster and more reliable. Our static code review tools helps the easy to rectify the error and it saves our time

Our static code review tool additionally gives a lot of API’s which can be coordinated with security apparatuses to give code survey administrations. Static Analysis instruments which are utilized to test C/C++ source code.

Our Static code testing tools gives Static examination devices are commonly utilized by designers as a major aspect of the improvement and part testing procedure. The key perspective is that the code (or other artefact) isn’t executed or run yet the instrument itself is executed, and the source code are interested in is the input data to the tool.

Snappy Code Audit Approach for Network Security Assessment

After discovery, vulnerabilities are safely exploited, confirming if the vulnerability exists. The process is manual, removing false positives typically being validated by automated tools through vulnerability scanners. Snappy code audit penetration testing methodology includes an attack simulation, carried out by highly trained security consultants in an effort to:
  • Identify security flaws present in the environment.
  • Understand the level of risk for your organization.
  • Help address and fix identified network security flaws.