As businesses increasingly migrating to the cloud, it's important to ensure that data, systems and services are secure.
Think of a penetration testing service as an insurance policy for your cloud. Without one, you're left vulnerable to attacks from malicious hackers who want nothing more than access and control over important data in order make it Disappear Withdrawn or accessible only by them selfs-not exactly something anyone wants!
You may ask, why do we need it?
To know the maturity level
To know the maturity level of current security posture on the basis of latest standards and frameworks such as CIS Benchmark and NIST Cloud Security. By conducting cloud penetration testing against these standards, organizations can get a clear picture of their current security posture and identify areas for improvement. By staying up-to-date on the latest security standards, organizations can make sure that their cloud security is always keeping pace with the latest threats.
To comply with various regulatory bodies
As more and more businesses move to the cloud, it's important to make sure that you are compliant with all the relevant regulatory bodies. This includes things like ISO 27001/17, SOC2, HIPAA, HITRUST and RBI/SEBI/IRDA security frameworks. All of these mandate regular cloud security practices to be carried out within your organisation. Failure to comply with these regulations can lead to serious consequences, including hefty fines. By doing this, you can protect your business from any potential risks and ensure that you are operating in a safe and secure environment.
To avoid costly data breaches
Data breaches are costly and cause significant damage to an organization's reputation. To prevent data breaches, it is essential to identify critical and exploitable cloud attack paths. By surfacing the issues that present the greatest risk, organizations can take steps to mitigate those risks.
How we minimize organizational risk through comprehensive cloud security
Securitybulls cloud security assessment services help you to identify and remediate any potential security flaws in your cloud infrastructure. Our cloud security assessments are designed to meet or exceed the standards set by CIS benchmark and NIST, so you can be confident that your infrastructure is up to par.
The main security flaws associated with the cloud is its inherent availability and default configuration, which can be exploited by malicious actors, and can leave businesses vulnerable to attack.
AWS penetration testing is the key to staying on top of any potential security lapses in AWS. AWS configuration review and pentesting from Securitybulls can help identify any vulnerabilities, exposed credentials and misconfiguration issues that may be allowing unauthorized access to AWS resources, or even the exposure of sensitive information. We follow CIS benchmarks to ensure that no stone is left unturned when checking for cloud security gaps. With this comprehensive testing from our security engineers with decades of experience you won't have to worry about compromising your AWS environment with easily fixable mistakes!
Misconfigurations of Azure services and improper use of IAM (Identity and Access Management) policies can create significant security gaps that can be exploited by malicious actors.
During an Azure pentest, our experts will thoroughly evaluate the configurations of your Azure services and the IAM policies applied to those services. We will look for any weaknesses or vulnerabilities that could potentially be exploited, and provide recommendations on how to fix them. Misconfigurations can occur for a variety of reasons, including human error or a lack of understanding of Azure security best practices. Our team is skilled at identifying and addressing these issues, ensuring that your Azure environment is secure and compliant.
Securitybulls' experts use a variety of techniques to identify security misconfigurations and vulnerabilities that could be exploited to gain access to restricted resources or sensitive data.
We utilise manual approach to find the security issues, rather than just relying on automated scanning tools. Our researchers are highly skilled and experienced, with a deep understanding of the GCP platform and its security features. By taking this comprehensive approach, our pentesters are able to thoroughly assess an organization's security posture and identify any weaknesses that could be exploited by malicious actors. Additionally, this manual exploitation allows our experts to better understand how an organization's systems and resources are configured and how they can be secured to prevent unauthorized access or data breaches.