Cyber Security

Cyber Security
31 October 2022

Cybersecurity is how individuals and organisations reduce the risk of cyber attacks. It is the practice of protecting critical systems and sensitive information from digital attacks, by putting measures in place to combat threats against infrastructure and applications, whether those threats originate from inside or outside the organisation.

digitify has a dedicated Cybersecurity (SecOps) team whose entire focus is on the prevention, detection, and response of cybersecurity threats, providing expert security assessment, monitoring, and advisory services to companies of all sizes, from our 24/7 SOC (Security Operations Centre).

Our Cybersecurity Services
Security assessments conducted by digitify are comprehensive exercises that will test your organisation's security posture and its preparedness for a potential cyber-attack. Our specialist, in-depth assessments help you reduce risk, minimise breach impact, and protect your business against future attacks, both from internal and external vectors.

We leave no stone unturned when looking for vulnerabilities across your digital infrastructure and applications, showcasing any gaps and risks to you and your users, with recommendations on how to remediate any issues and concerns. Our Tangerine Team of security engineers and experts conduct a wide range of internal and external assessments to evaluate your infrastructure, applications, and processes, including:

  •  Enterprise risk assessments and analysis
  • Web & Mobile application penetration testing
  • Network Infrastructure penetration testing
  • Vulnerability assessments
  • Wireless assessments
  • Breach and compromise assessments

Most importantly, after the necessary tests are complete, digitify’s security assessment team will translate our findings into a detailed yet simple-to-understand report, presenting actionable improvement proposals for your business along with a list of prioritised recommendations.

Web App Pentesting
Here our penetration testers will carefully analyse all aspects of your web app and APIs to uncover security flaws and highlight security vulnerabilities, which can result from insecure development practices. Our testing methodology complies with industry testing standards such as PTES and OWASP OSSTMM to ensure maximum CVE and logical bug discovery.

We go searching for vulnerabilities including:  
  • Sensitive Data Exposure.
  • Injection Vulnerabilities
  • Business Logic Flaws
  • Broken Access Control.
  • Security Misconfiguration.
  • Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities.
  • Insufficient Logging and Monitoring.

Infrastructure Pentesting

Also known as network pentesting, this test rigorously investigates your network to identify and showcase any vulnerability across your computer systems, network devices or IP address ranges. We believe in a proactive approach to cyber security, aiming to discover, assess and exploit any security vulnerabilities, weaknesses, technical misconfigurations or gaps that a cybercriminal would target in your infrastructure. This process identifies any (business-critical) assets that can be compromised, categorise the risks posed to your cyber security, prioritise vulnerabilities to be addressed, and recommend solutions to mitigate those risks highlighted. Such risks can include:

  • Active Directory takeover
  • Business email compromise
  • Malware propagation due to unpatched systems
  • Ineffective firewall rules
  • Weak encryption protocols
  • Inadequate hardening controls
  • Unprotected services and EOL 3rd Party Software
  • Mobile app pentesting

Mobile technology is extremely attractive to hackers, due to the sheer volume of consumer personal data that is passed through on an hourly basis. Our Tangerine Team of penetration testers following a rigorous methodology to determine the overall security posture and resilience of your mobile application, to help you understand the risks of your app with minimal disturbance to your users and business.

Our service provides a complete assessment of your mobile application across iOS and Android platforms, performing simulated attacks to replicate the typical threats posed by cyber criminals of all levels, helping identify any (potential) security risks, alongside making recommendations and presenting a clear path for remediation. Some of the common vulnerabilities found in mobile application testing are:

  • Insecure data storage
  • Poor authorisation and authentication
  • Server-side Request Forgery (SSRF)
  • API-centric vulnerabilities
  • Business logic flaws
  • Sensitive data on the mobile device
  • Mobile certificate pinning
  • Extraneous mobile application permissions
  • Installation on rooted devices
  • Hard-coded keys or credentials