Intelligence Led Penetration Testing

Penetration Testing, also known as Ethical Hacking, tests the potential for threat actors to identify and exploit vulnerabilities on your assets. Be it on the application level, your infrastructure or through various mobile channels.

CyberInt’s, CREST approved, CyberOPS team takes a unique approach to penetration testing, in line with world leading organizations that regulate professional services in the cybersecurity industry.

Our approach incorporates an initial assessment based on threat intelligence, allowing us to identify possible attack vectors into your organization. This is followed by the penetration tests themselves. The team provides Black-Box, Grey-Box & White-Box Penetration Testing activities on a range of technologies and architectures.


Penetration Testing
  • The Types of Penetration Tests we Offer

    CyberInt’s Ops Team specializes in advanced Black-Box Penetration Testing in which they utilizes our Argos threat intelligence platform.


    • Web Application
    • Mobile Application
    • Infrastructure/WiFi
    • Cloud Application

    Contact Us to Identify and Patch Possible Attack Vectors

  • Our Penetration Testing Deliverables Include:

    • Technical video demonstrating the attack scenarios
    • Full report providing a technical review of the level of risk, including the discovered vulnerabilities and recommendations for remedial work.
      • Classification of the risk level
      • Description of the potential exploit damage
      • “Steps to hack” (screenshots included)
      • “How to mitigate” – Recommendations regarding how to mitigate the vulnerabilities


    • Summary presentation of the report findings and recommended mitigations.
  • The Benefits of Penetration Testing

    • Uncover the complete attack surface that is exposed to external entities
    • Gain the attacker’s perspective of the organizational attack surface
    • Identify diverse remotely exploited vulnerabilities with no service interference
    • Get mitigation steps for each identified security vulnerability
    • Protect your brand’s reputation and maintain customer loyalty.
    • Avoid fines while meeting regulatory requirements.
    • Proactively quantify and reduce business risk.
    • Validate the effectiveness of your security safeguards.
    • Get tailored reports to help you prioritize remediation for your business.