Attack Surface Baseline (Penetration Test / Vulnerability Assessment)

Attack Surface Baseline
(Pen Test / Vulnerability Assessment)

Penetration testing and vulnerability assessment with your business in mind

Penetration tests have become “lowest bidder” services, offering routine results that don’t increase an organization’s cyber IQ or expose process or technology weaknesses. R9B’s methodology, the Attack Surface Baseline (ASB) assessment, provides our clients with an advanced Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Assessment service beyond what is offered by the rest of the cybersecurity industry.   […]

Enterprise, application, websites

A scalable service to meet your needs

Smarter than the average pen test

Takes into account your specific business context

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Prevent the number one way attackers get into networks

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Attack Surface Baseline

Penetration tests have become “lowest bidder” services, offering routine results that don’t increase an organization’s cyber IQ or expose process or technology weaknesses. R9B’s methodology, the Attack Surface Baseline (ASB) assessment, provides our clients with an advanced Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Assessment service beyond what is offered by the rest of the cybersecurity industry.

 

We differentiate ourselves by addressing the technical, functional, and risk-driven aspects of a client’s enterprise while applying knowledge of the client’s business model and processes to place context around vulnerabilities and threat exposure.

 

R9B’s Attack Surface Baseline delivers a comprehensive report that is easy to understand and facilitates informed decisions. The ASB can be tailored to address all or a customized scope of External, Internal and Wireless Networks Testing and Assessment; Mobile Applications; Web Applications; Cloud Services and Virtual Infrastructure and Social Engineering Testing and Assessment.

 

As part of the ASB, R9B can deploy its ORKOS Credential Risk Assessment, a state-of-the-art assessment and remediation tool that allows operators to identify exposed credentials which may lead to major network breaches.

Undetected Malware Can Be Costly


Global cybercrime cost $3 TRILLION in 2015 and is expected to double by 2021 to $6 TRILLION.

2017 cybercrime cost businesses an average of $11.7 Million (a 23% increase over 2016).

Individual spearphishing attacks cost mid-sized companies an average of $1.6 Million.

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