CyberSecurity Services


Penetration Tests are performed from the position of a potential hacker of remote and local way, actively seeking to exploit security vulnerabilities to obtain relevant information, as an intruder would try for adverse purposes for the organization.

Alongside with the client, we design and execute real scenarios that will allow us to identify areas of opportunity to decrease the impact and the probability of cyber attacks.

Key Objectives:

» Identify opportunity areas to reduce the impact and probability of cyber attacks.

» Define a security strategy for mitigation and elimination of risks and /or vulnerabilities.


Along with penetration tests, organizations should implement vulnerability scans in order to improve network security. Vulnerability Scanning is an inspection of the potential points of exploit on a network to identify any security vulnerabilities.

One of the main concerns that IT administrators have is whether or not the organization has sufficient protection from hackers and phishers. Conducting a vulnerability scan offers a way to find application backdoors, malicious code and other threats that may exist within your internal applications.

Key Objectives:

» The objective of the vulnerability analysis consists in the discovery, identification and classification of vulnerabilities and/or weaknesses in different equipment, servers, services, systems, etc. of the organization of cyber attacks.


Vulnerability Management is a process to manage and keep on top of the ever-evolving threats and vulnerabilities that occur in our modern security landscape. This activity is designed to identify, classify and proactively prevent the exploitation of vulnerabilities within an organization. Constant scans can be performed through all devices, applications, services, endpoints and servers in your company’s network.

Key Objectives:

» Consists of identifying, remedying and verifying the mitigation of the different vulnerabilities of the IT systems in your company.

» Reduce the preparation time and costs to create an internal team that is constantly updated in technology and security trends.

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Security Audit in Wireless Networks consists of evaluating and identifying the risks of our wireless networks, which can pose a threat to the company assets.

The methodology used in this audit is under the OWISAM approach or Open Wireless Security Assessment Methodology which provides the security controls that must be verified over wireless communications networks in order to analyze the risks and minimize the impact of computer attacks, as well as guarantee the protection of the Information on Wireless infrastructures based on the 802.11 standard.

Key Objectives:

» Evaluate the level of risks in which the communications infrastructure is located wireless


Most penetration tests target systems; however, social engineering tests target users. Individuals who fall for a social engineering attack are not doing it maliciously but it’s a necessary evil so you can use the experience as a coaching opportunity for your employees. While, Social Engineering is considered a less technical form of penetration testing, the results can be very useful to your organization’s safety and security.

Key Objectives:

» Social Engineering tests are generally useful in measuring the effectiveness of the company’s Security Awareness program. Examples would include baiting and phishing to test your employees’ behavior.

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