CQR provides sophisticated penetration testing services aimed at ensuring the security of business infrastructure. The purpose of pentesting is to detect and analyze vulnerabilities in infrastructure, networks, systems and software. Penetration Testing makes it possible to identify weak points that can be used by attackers to gain unauthorized access. Conducting a pentest allows you to identify vulnerabilities before they are discovered and exploited by hackers. This provides an opportunity to take steps to eliminate risks before a possible breach occurs.
Complete safety and reduced risks
Security is important to prevent various risks. Regular pentests help reduce financial losses, reputational damage and negative impacts on business by preventing possible attacks.
CQR provides comprehensive penetration testing services covering various aspects of your infrastructure. It includes:
- checking external and internal systems;
- analysis of web applications;
- simulation of a hacker attack, etc.
The CQR team consists of experienced professionals with deep knowledge in the field of cybersecurity. CQR experts use advanced technologies and techniques to ensure maximum pentesting efficiency. CQR tailors its services to the individual needs of each client. Pen test is carried out taking into account the specifics of the customer’s business processes and infrastructure. Once a pentest is completed, CQR provides detailed recommendations to address identified vulnerabilities, helping businesses improve their security posture.
Penetration Testing Service Provider is a security investment that can save your business from serious threats and negative consequences. Protect your infrastructure with professional penetration testing services from CQR.
How do pentesters work?
Experienced pentesters use advanced techniques and technologies to simulate potential attacks and verify the security posture of systems. They use automated tools to scan infrastructure and networks and conduct detailed analysis of the resulting data. Identifying targets and potential attack vectors, and planning the steps required to complete a pentest. At the end, a team of specialists prepares reports on the identified vulnerabilities and provides recommendations for eliminating the identified problems.