Continuous Security Testing

At Teceze, our clients can benefit from our Continuous Testing Service which is created to assist them in risk management through a dynamic and an efficient approach. This is different from usual penetration testing. At the moment, the majority of organisations carry out testing on their external perimeter twice a year, but the risks can evolve throughout the year. Their networks evolve and therefore, new risks and attacks are identified regularly and so, clients are unaware that they are at risk throughout a large portion of the year.

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Requirements, Process, and Benefits

Often, large organisations are unable to manage the huge masses of information that are provided as a result of modern Penetration Testing. Teceze Continuous Testing Service carries out a complete and thorough penetration test that enables us to establish a baseline. All changes within the network are monitored at a speed determined by the client – weekly, daily or even monthly. All these changes that are identified, are then tested manually before the results are updated.

The client has the ability to run formal reports, XML files that can be imported into other systems, CSV files for use with Excel and many other formats. The client also has the option of reporting on all hosts or just a subset. The client is given complete control at all stages, and so, they can benefit from automated and manual testing that delivers a consistent technical risk identification and management system that can be used for long periods.

What is Continuous Security Testing?

Continuous Security Testing (CST) is performed to validate the security vulnerabilities that are underlying in your web applications and IT infrastructure. This is a method of enhancing the security posture of your organization through continuous assessment. CST assess the security controls on a regular basis in detecting the existence of any new security vulnerability that might potentially impact your organization’s liability. As the name suggests, security testing is done continuously as new cyber risks and threats emerge. The ultimate goal is to make your web applications and IT infrastructure immune from daily emerging cyber threats. By doing so, your organization’s attack surface is reduced, and security vulnerabilities can be patched. This is done by continuous security testing using automated testing tools and methodologies.

Why you need Continuous Security Testing?

As we are well aware of the cyber attacks and cyber incidents that are making headlines almost every day, it is essential to make sure your organization is out of reach for the cybercriminals. It is inevitable that cyber-attacks occur anytime and anywhere in the World. So, ask yourself – what makes your organization special to not fall in the hands of cybercriminals? This is where Continuous Security Testing comes to play.

Every organization must be very aware of their security posture and must be open to make the necessary steps to make their web applications and infrastructure more secure. Continuous Security Testing is a practice of optimizing and measuring the status of the security controls that are in place. It is performed using automated tools namely, Breach and Attack simulation tools and automated testing tools. Therefore, to keep your organization secure from the day-to-day emerging new threats and to minimize your organizations’ risk surface, it is important to conduct continuous security testing.

Benefits of Continuous Security Testing?

  • Complete visibility into your organization’s security posture
  • Continuous detection of security vulnerabilities in web applications and infrastructure
  • Comprehensive analysis and remediation against daily threats
  • Security flaw notifications as and when identified based on the impact level
  • Implementation of remedial measures against emerging real-time cyber-attacks
  • Meeting Compliance standards by performing security testing on a regular basis
  • Reduces the risk and attack surface for a hacker to exploit

Continuous Security Testing

Continuous Security Testing is a practice of continuous application testing and vulnerability assessment to monitor and detect the underlying vulnerabilities. CST ensures your organization is secure from the growing cyber risks and eradicates the exploitable security gaps.

An experienced and skilled Pen tester does the validation of your security posture on a regular basis. Continuous security testing provides detailed insight and visibility into your security gaps and vulnerable assets. Thus, urging you to take the remedial steps in making your organization secure and in maintaining it.

Continuous security testing runs a wide range of automated tests that assess your code and web application in order to detect security risks that might very well impact your development process. This testing helps you to manage and respond to the security gaps effectively.

Continuous Security Testing provides

  • Better security awareness
  • Improvised method of fixing the vulnerabilities

Constant security monitoring that will look out for threats and bugs

What does Teceze’s Continuous Security Testing Offer to Your Business?

Teceze’s continuous security testing evaluates your web applications and infrastructure for security weakness. It is a combination of vulnerability assessment with penetration testing to identify the security flaws and to reduce the risk surface of your organization’s network and infrastructure facing the Internet.

At Teceze, we aim to identify the security issues that would be exploitable leading to breach and exposure of sensitive information of an organization. Conducting regular testing will assure trust and reliability among your partners, clients, and third-parties.

Our continuous security testing service provides a detailed report on the vulnerabilities found and appropriate countermeasures are put forth. We recommend the best remedial strategy for your organization.

Teceze continuous security testing performs the following;

  • Simulation of breach and cyber-attacks
  • Automated tests and application scanning on a regular basis
  • Validation of security controls based on detected vulnerabilities
  • Guidance towards remedial measures after successful assessment

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