The help you need to uncover and address insecure configurations across your network
Insecurely configured network infrastructure can result in wide-ranging vulnerabilities that could provide attackers with an easy way into your business’ network. Commissioning a qualified ethical hacker to conduct a build or configuration review helps to reduce the risk of cyber-attacks by identifying misconfigurations across web and application servers, web frameworks, and devices such as routers and firewalls.
Redscan’s CREST accredited penetration testing team has extensive experience of providing build and configuration review services to help organisations identify and swiftly address critical weaknesses across IT environments.
A comprehensive build and configuration review pen test systematically assesses devices, operating systems and databases in order to identify potential security vulnerabilities across your networks. A typical engagement, performed by our ethical hacking experts, involves:
Our whitehat hackers use a combination of automated tools and manual processes to gather information about your network devices, settings and configurations.
Our build and configuration security team identify vulnerabilities by systematically analysing information collated across networks, devices, operating systems and databases and comparing it to established baseline settings.
Reporting and Debrief
Once an assessment is complete, we deliver a formal report and debrief outlining key findings, supplementary technical information, and a prioritised list of remedial actions to help address any identified risks and exposures.
Redscan’s award winning and CREST accredited penetration testing services are designed to identify and safely exploit gaps across your infrastructure, systems and applications. Like our build & configuration review services, all our assessments follow proven and robust testing methodologies and help to aid understanding of hidden risks and the remedial actions needed to address them.