Bug Bounty – Continue Penetration Testing
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Bug Bounty Services
Bug Bounty program is the process of identifying, analyzing and evaluating real vulnerabilities. It helps to ensure that the cyber security controls you choose are appropriate to the risks your organization faces. Without an efficient vulnerability discovery program, to inform your cyber security choices, you could waste time, effort and resources.
At Cyber Legion, we offer a comprehensive solution for all security stakeholders, to help ensure that their businesses are well-guarded against security issues and cyber attacks. Our services include data visualization and reporting for all security threats and engagements, providing a complete picture of your organization’s security posture. Let us help you protect your business with a robust cybersecurity program.
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How does private bug bounty testing service work?
Cost effective ongoing testing. Our Bug Bounty security testing service is designed to meet your flexible testing needs, whether it’s across the Organization or specific environments. Providing ongoing security assurances between larger testing requirements.
Many companies avoid traditional bug bounty programs due to their public nature and lack of certainty around qualifications, credentials and the legitimacy of the people accessing their confidential systems, data and IP. This service is designed to allay those fears, by providing a service that only uses our fully employed, highly qualified testers.
Bug Bounty Private Program Testing
Application penetration testing (also known as a pen testing or pen testing) is an authorized security test on an application to identify vulnerabilities that may be present and could be exploited.
Web application pen testing attempts to uncover security vulnerabilities stemming from insecure development practices in the design, coding, and publishing of web applications or a website.
With Cyber Legion services you can achieve all your security goals in one platform. Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Management combined in one unified view. Live events for all penetration testing findings and vulnerability management results with bug tracking, Risk dashboards, Ticketing systems etc.
Penetration Testing Service Features
Unlimited Cyber Legion CSaaS Platform access
Black, Grey or White Box Testing
Scheduled Security testing service – Work Request Button whenever you want
Manual & Automated Security Testing & Risk Validation
Business Logic & Technical Vulnerability Testing
Detailed Exploitation Evidence
Security Frameworks Checklists OWASP, SANS etc
OSINT & Threat Intelligence
Full Support & References for Remediation
Collaboration & Integration with ticketing, bug trackers etc
Unlimited Analysis, Tracking & Reporting
Live Events & Alerting emails
Retesting of discovered issues – unlimited
On-Demand and Custom Offering that Best Suits your Organization’s needs.
Penetration tests (or pen tests) are attacks on your companies’ software and hardware systems, carried out by ‘ethical hackers’ to expose your system’s vulnerabilities. One example is a web application pen test. Web apps, browsers and plug-ins can house sensitive financial or personal data, so hackers are increasingly putting their efforts towards gaining access to them. The test would examine the endpoint of every web application.
The time that penetration testing takes depends on the size and complexity of your organization’s system structure, as well as the scope of the test itself. For the ‘average’ company, a network penetration test should take around three days. For a merchant processing millions of credit cards a year, for example, a pen test will take over a week, or possibly two.
The penetration testing cost depends on the facts identified during scoping, such as the agreed time, goals, technical resources, approach, and remedial support.
Going through the results of pen tests provides a great opportunity to discuss plans going forward and revisit your security posture overall. Seeing pen tests as a hoop to jump through and simply checking it off a list as “done” won’t improve your security stance. It’s important to plan time for a post-mortem to disseminate, discuss, and fully understand the findings. Additionally, relaying these results with actionable insights to decision makers within the organization will better emphasize the risk that these vulnerabilities pose, and the positive impact that remediation will have on the business. With review, evaluation, and leadership buy-in, pen test results can transform into action items for immediate improvements and takeaways that will help shape larger security strategies.
Your application and data will be safe. We would prefer to test using test accounts that can be destroyed after we’ve finished testing.
For White-Box penetration testing assessments we would recommend that all user levels are tested depending on the size of the user base and the potential damage that could be caused.
We can test on your production environment for a realistic assessment or test on your staging environment to remove the potential for any disruption. Vulnerabilities discovered in staging can then be retested on the production application.
This depends on the environment that we’re testing. If we are testing an application in production then there could be a risk to the data, but we don’t aim to affect any live information.
The OWASP Security Knowledge Framework is an open source web application that explains secure coding principles in multiple programming languages. The goal of OWASP-SKF is to help you learn and integrate security by design in your software development and build applications that are secure by design.
Our penetration tests will help you:
- Gain real-world insight into your vulnerabilities;
- Keep untrusted data separate from commands and queries;
- Develop strong authentication and session management controls;
- Improve access control;
- Discover the most vulnerable route through which an attack can be made; and
- Find any loopholes that could lead to the theft of sensitive data.