Penetration Testing

Kratos SecureInfo Cybersecurity ServicesHave you tested your information systems to ensure they are secure? To help identify and address the risk of data breaches and sensitive government information exposure, Kratos SecureInfo delivers penetration testing services. These services mimic real-world scenarios that put your sensitive data at risk to discover existing vulnerabilities.

A penetration test is only as good as the methods used and the expertise of the professionals executing the test. Our expert staff is trained in the latest ethical hacking techniques and hold government security clearances, providing assurance that critical information assets are truly in trustworthy hands.  

Our experts challenge your environment, explain the results and offer recommendations on next steps.

Our penetration testing commonly includes these key activities:
  • Gather public domain information (Google, mailing list archives, whois servers, etc.)
  • Collect public server information (mail servers, name servers, web servers, etc.)
  • Try to bypass access controls and gain access to systems on the network
  • Attempt to circumvent firewall and router access controls to gain access to protected systems
  • Exploit vulnerabilities discovered on networked systems to gain access
  • Try to gain administrative privileges on networked systems
  • Attempt to access configuration files, employee information, business plans and other sensitive information
  • Use compromised systems as a launching point for new attacks
Experience the Benefits of Penetration Testing
  • Provide valuable results, including discovered vulnerabilities, attack paths, business impact of findings and actionable remediation steps to reduce risk of exposure
  • Deliver effective and comprehensive penetration tests that are based on expert review and not just automated analysis
  • Mitigate vulnerabilities more effectively with the expert guidance of our cybersecurity experts
  • Support compliance with regulatory and government security requirements (e.g., HIPAA, PCI, FedRAMP, FISMA, NIST, etc.)