Our expert staff is standing by to answer your questions

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing

Penetration Testing

Welcome to GRC360, where we’re dedicated to strengthening your digital defenses through thorough penetration testing services. Our goal is to identify vulnerabilities, validate security measures, and provide you with a clear plan to improve your security posture. With our experienced team using the latest methods, we offer a range of tailored penetration testing solutions to meet your organization’s needs.

Understanding Penetration Testing

Penetration testing, also known as ethical hacking, is a systematic way to check how secure your systems and applications are. It involves simulated attacks to find weaknesses before real attackers can exploit them. This process has five main stages:

Penetration Testing

  1. Planning and Reconnaissance: We start by defining what we’ll test and why, and then gather information about your systems and potential vulnerabilities.

  2. Scanning: Using various techniques, we examine your systems to see how they respond to attempted breaches. This helps us understand any weaknesses and plan targeted fixes.

  3. Gaining Access: We use different attacks to see if we can get into your systems. This helps us understand the potential impact of vulnerabilities, such as stealing data or gaining unauthorized access.

  4. Maintaining Access: We try to stay in your systems for as long as possible, simulating how real attackers might persistently target your organization.

  5. Analysis: Finally, we compile a detailed report outlining the vulnerabilities we found, what data we accessed, and how long we had access. This helps you understand what needs fixing and how to improve your defenses.

Our Penetration Testing Methods

  1. External Testing: This type of testing focuses on finding vulnerabilities in assets that are accessible from the internet. Essentially, we’re looking at anything that can be reached from outside your organization’s network. This could include websites, servers, or any other online services. By identifying weaknesses in these external-facing systems, we can help prevent unauthorized access from outside attackers.

  2. Internal Testing: Internal testing involves simulating attacks from within your organization’s network. This means we’re looking at vulnerabilities that may not be immediately visible from the outside. It could involve testing employee workstations, internal servers, or other resources that are accessible only from within the organization’s network. By conducting internal testing, we can uncover hidden weaknesses that could be exploited by malicious insiders or external attackers who have already gained access to your network.

  3. Blind Testing: Blind testing involves conducting simulated attacks with minimal prior knowledge or information about your organization’s systems and defenses. The goal here is to mimic real-world scenarios where attackers have limited information about their target. By testing your defenses under these conditions, we can assess how well-prepared your organization is to defend against unexpected threats and attacks.

  4. Double-Blind Testing: Double-blind testing takes blind testing a step further by conducting simulated attacks without any prior knowledge or information about the organization’s defenses, and without the organization’s knowledge that the test is taking place. This type of testing provides an even more realistic assessment of your organization’s readiness to defend against unforeseen threats. It helps uncover potential weaknesses that may not have been addressed in previous assessments.

  5. Targeted Testing: Targeted testing involves working closely with your organization’s security team to provide real-time feedback and training during the testing process. This type of testing is highly collaborative and allows your team to actively participate in the testing process. It’s a valuable opportunity to identify and address vulnerabilities in real-time, and to improve your team’s response to security threats.

Ethical Hacking to Prevent a Potential Intrusion

GRC360 offers complete penetration testing services designed to identify system vulnerabilities, validate existing security measures and provide a detailed remediation roadmap.

Our team, equipped with the latest tools and industry-specific test scenarios, is ready to deliver a thorough checkup to pinpoint system vulnerabilities, as well as flaws in application, service and OS, loopholes in configurations, and potentially dangerous non-compliance with security policies.

Types of a penetration test we provide


At the end of the penetration testing procedure, we provide our customers with an extensive set of reports and recommendations to effectively eliminate the detected breaches:

  • Brief description based on the achieved results and findings.
  • List of detected system vulnerabilities and their classification according to how easy they are to exploit and how harmful for the system and business they may be.
  • List of changes in the system that were implemented during testing.
  • Test protocol (including instruments and tools used, parts that were checked and issues found).
  • Actionable recommendations to eliminate the revealed security issues.
Penetration Testing

Contact Us

    Contact Us

    Your message was sent.