What is a Wireless Network Penetration Test?

Wireless Network Penetration test is an authenticated and authorized hacking attempt to identify the vulnerabilities lying in the security controls used by wireless technologies, misconfigured access points and weak security protocols. Weak security protocols and rogue access points increase the risk of exposure of the wireless networks that leads to potential damage to the private network or organizational network. Therefore, wireless network penetration testing helps to detect the security weakness present in the wireless infrastructure.


Why You Need Wireless Network Penetration Testing?

Wireless technology is growing rapidly and is often attracting more attention to cybercriminals. Wireless networks are abundant and mostly being targeted by hackers around the Globe. When a wireless network is vulnerable, then it provides a gateway for cyber intruders to gain access to your private network or your organization’s network. Every organization has adopted to install some form of wireless networks to their office premises. Therefore, VLAN routing, SSID controls have to be set up properly and Network segmentation has to be defined which grants a user to connect to wireless networks. In order to keep your business secure, the wireless networks that are being used primarily by employees have to be assessed for security vulnerabilities. By doing so, any unauthorized access to your private network and an organizational data breach can be prevented.

Teceze has a dedicated team of penetration testing professionals. Our expert pen testers are highly qualified with strong technical knowledge. We provide a thorough assessment and are conducted in a secure manner. Upon completion of wireless pen testing, we provide a detailed report on the vulnerabilities and the calculated risk their business would have faced. We provide countermeasures as an act of remediation.

Wireless technology enables easy and flexible access to different networks for your laptop and other devices. Easily accessible systems are vulnerable to particular threats because physical protection cannot be used to restrict access to the network. An intruder is capable of hacking from a remote location. Therefore, for your business or organization, wireless security penetration testing is necessary.

Key Benefits of Wireless Network Penetration Testing


searchIdentifying Existing Vulnerabilities In Your Wireless Networks And Preventing A Security Breach.

upaerrowUpgrades Your Wireless Network Devices With Latest Security Patches And Reducing The Chances Of Security Issues.

wierlesspcDiscovering Misconfigured Wireless Devices And Rogue Access Points.

unauthorizePrevention Of Unauthorized Access Into Your Secure Network.

validatingValidated Proof To Support Your Secure Network.

complianceEnsures Compliance With PCI-DSS And Other Industry Standards.

securitySecurity Audit Of Your Wireless Networks.

reducedReduced Data Leakage By Cyber Attacks.

Wireless Network Penetration Testing

To determine the major risk that your wireless devices are creating.

Providing guidelines and a course of action on how to protect against potential threats.

Overall security system to be improved.

To prepare a detailed wireless networking security system document or report, to highlight the security flaws, causes, and potential solutions.

For pricing on these additional services, please contact our sales team directly on sales@teceze.com 

What Teceze’s Wireless Network Penetration Testing Offers to Your Business?

An organization’s wireless network with vulnerabilities is susceptible to cyber attacks that may lead to a security breach.

Teceze’s Wireless Network Penetration testing service performs the following;

  • Identifying Wi-Fi networks, including wireless fingerprinting, information leakage and signal leakage.

  • Determining encryption weaknesses, such as encryption cracking, wireless sniffing and session hijacking.

  • Identifying opportunities to penetrate a network by using wireless or evading WLAN access control measures.

  • Identifying legitimate users’ identities and credentials to access otherwise private networks and services.

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