Find your vulnerabilities

Find your vulnerabilities

The alarming cyber security facts in the UK


33% of UK organisations

say they lost customers after a data breach


48% of UK organisations

hit by ransomware in the last year


Up to 88% of UK companies

have suffered breaches in the last 12 months


Every 19 seconds

one small business in the UK is successfully hacked


Why penetration testing is important for your organisation

With cyber attacks becoming the norm, it is more important than ever to protect your organisation against hackers.

To mitigate the risk of a security incident and avoid the high cost of a cyber attack, you need to be able to prevent, detect, respond and recover from such attacks.

By performing regular security assessments, you will know better your vulnerabilities and so you can remediate them.

Reasons why your business should consider conducting penetration tests:

  1. Risk Assessment
  2. Regulations and Compliance
  3. Reputation
  4. Competition and Rivalry

Our solution

gpp_goodCREST Certified Experts

Our pen-testers are all CREST accredited members who have demonstrated their skills, knowledge, and competence in this field.

summarizeComprehensive reports & remediation advice included

We are doing one step further, not only do we provide a detailed and comprehensive pen test report, but we also add recommendation on how to remediate the issues found.

flipFree monthly vulnerability scans included

To maximize our ability to discover vulnerabilities, we include automatic vulnerability scans on your application / systems. This doesn’t replace a pen-test indeed, but it helps.

restart_alt1-day re-test included

Quickly show improvement, and come away with a clean(er) report. It also help reducing the finial cost.

restart_altCyber Security awareness training included

We have included a Cyber Security awareness course for your team. So your can reduce risks that target directly your employees.

infoTransparent pricing & affordable

We are not hidding our price, we know they are very good! Also, we offer a different payment options i.e. monthly payment instead of one-off, payment methods. etc.

What do we test?


Network & Systems


Web Application


Mobile Application


Social Engineering

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This is an initial online instant quote based on average times to complete a penetration-testing. We recommend you to contact us, for a more accurate quote.

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Penetration testing phases

Penetration testing steps
  1. Scoping: Getting your requirements.
  2. Reconnaissance: Test plan and information gathering.
  3. Threat modeling and vulnerability identification: Exploring vulnerability data and creating a threat model.
  4. Exploitation: Gaining access by breaching the security of a system and finding a bug to exploit the software.
  5. Risk analysis and post-test recommendations: Documenting vulnerabilities found and weaknesses in security systems, stating the impact, and advising remedies.
  6. Re-testing: Verifying the security fixes after your team resolves the issues.
  7. Reporting: Detailing the final result of the pen-testing, ranking the issues, and giving the final recommendations.



What is penetration testing?

Penetration testing is a simulated cyber attack against your system to check for exploitable vulnerabilities.

What is the difference between penetration testing and vulnerability scanning?

Vulnerability scans are automated tests that identify vulnerabilities in organisations’ systems and applications.

Penetration testing is much more rigorous than vulnerability scanning, as it’s essentially a controlled form of hacking. The tester – known as an ethical hacker – works on behalf of an organisation and looks for vulnerabilities in its systems.

In that regard, their actual work is much the same way as a criminal hacker. Indeed, unlike vulnerability scans, penetration tests are designed to identify not only weaknesses but also exploit them.

Doing this demonstrates to an organisation exactly how a cyber criminal would infiltrate its systems and what information they could access.

Info: IT Gourvernance

What are reasons for having penetration testing?
  1. Regulatory processes
  2. Vendor requirements
  3. Compliance e.g. PCI DSS
  4. Visibility on your environment security
  5. Best practices to keep your system secure

How often should pen testing be done?

Penetration testing should be performed on a regular basis, or at least once a year. This is to ensure your system stays secure, and that you can remediate quickly if any issue is found. The majority of organisations pen test their systems once or twice a year.

How much does a pen test cost?

It really depends on your needs and the type of penetration testing that you need. Usually, the average cost of a pen test goes from £1,000 to £20,000. Our pricing is competitive and transparent and you can use our online tool to get your pricing. If you have specific needs, you can also contact us.

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