We are not satisfied with
We are not satisfied with merely 'okay' pentesting. When it just falls short, serving only to "tick the box," it fosters a false sense of security. Given the rapidly changing digital landscape, especially with the advancement of AI, this is simply not acceptable. That's where we step in.
We understand your risks, and our solution is designed to safeguard the essence of your business and enable its growth.
Industries We Protect
Our pentesting solution stands up even when stakes are life-high, therefore, it has been designed for High-Risk Industries, SaaS that works with Enterprise Market, and businesses that want to protect themselves for real.
Telemedicine platforms, EHR systems, Patient portal apps, Wearable health tech, etc.
Scholarly database platforms, Laboratory data platforms, Research collaboration tools, etc.
Manufacturing execution systems, Inventory control software, Supply chain systems.
Tactical planning applications, Advanced surveillance systems, Biometric solutions, etc.
Investment platforms, Peer-to-peer lending platforms,Digital banking apps, KYC, etc.
AdTech & MarketTech
Programmatic ad platforms, Marketing automation tools, CRM, DMP, Performance analytics tools
Tax collection platforms, Public records databases, E-governance solutions, etc.
Energy & Utilities
Utility billing platforms, Energy trading systems, Renewable energy monitoring systems, etc.
E-learning platforms, School management systems, Virtual classrooms, E-assessment tools, etc.
Smart contract platforms, Digital wallets, (DApps), etc.
Transportation & Logistics
Transportation management platforms, Warehousing & inventory software, etc.
Messaging apps, Video conferencing tools, Social networking platforms, etc.
What we test
To align our mission to establish trust and security, we meticulously test the security of the most commonly used technological assets.
HTML5, WebAssembly, Progressive Web Apps: Input validation, session management, cross-site scripting prevention, IDORs, etc.
Private Cloud, Network access controls, server vulnerabilities, endpoint protection, user privilege escalation checks, etc.
REST, SOAP, GraphQL:
Broken authorization, leaked API keys, excessive data exposure, rate limiting checks, endpoint vulnerabilities, etc.
Container isolation, configuration checks, network policies, role-based access control, etc.
Android & iOS:
Sensitive info storage, broken authentication, insecure data transmission, code tampering detection, etc.
API keys, user credentials, database passwords: checks for exposures on the darknet, pastebin sites, hacker forums, etc.
AWS, GCP, Azure:
Security policies audit, access controls, encryption at rest, misconfiguration prevention, etc.
Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, etc: Reentrancy attacks, logic errors, gas limit issues, integer overflows/underflows, and misconfigurations.
In building trust with technology, it's paramount to minimize risks to the utmost degree; that's the foundation of our approach.
Recognizing the possibility of human error, we counteract it by providing detailed checklists of all tests conducted.
Before testing, we conduct threat modeling to pinpoint risks specific to the designated scope. This is a vital step in our planning before execution.
Guided by your business context and our risk management expertise, we provide solutions tailored to facilitate your business growth.
By having at least two security engineers on each project, we ensure a more objective perspective.
Each detection method excels at identifying particular types of vulnerabilities. We utilize every method: SAST, DAST, SCA, Code review, and Manual testing.
Code-informed testing stands out as the prime risk-reduction strategy, and we're masters at it. A substantial number of our team previously worked as developers.
Scope decomposition, regular updates, dedicated manager.
Our dedicated manager ensures flawless coordination between our teams, making it feel as if we're an extension of your company.
True to our commitment, we don't merely reference methodologies like OWASP and PTES — we embody them. After thorough testing, we conclude with a detailed checklist, ensuring transparent and genuine adherence to these recognized standards.
Penetration Testing Execution Standard
OWASP Application Security Verification Standard
OWASP Web Security Testing Guide
OWASP Mobile Security Testing Guide
How It Works
Navigating cybersecurity can be complex, but we simplify it. Here's a snapshot of our approach:
Intro & Planning
Schedule a call, and we will:
dive deep into understanding your business;
help you define the areas you want tested;
provide an accurate estimate;
craft a solution tailored just for you.
Our seasoned security engineers will:
analyze all the threats to your assets;
meticulously test every unit, vulnerability, misconfiguration, function, etc.;
document all the tests performed in a checklist.
Reporting & Insights
Upon completion, our team will:
deliver a detailed report on each vulnerability and its impact;
present our findings directly to your management to ensure clarity and understanding;
offer actionable steps to enhance your security.
Support & Retesting
Post-assessment, we're still with you:
guide your team step-by-step in addressing and rectifying vulnerabilities;
once fixes are implemented, retest to confirm all issues are resolved, ensuring your
peace of mind.
From Findings to Peace of Mind
Upon the conclusion of each project, we furnish our clients with the essential insights and documentation:
Penetration Testing Report
A dual-focused document offering an executive summary tailored for management insight, coupled with detailed technical findings for your IT professionals.
Threat Model Document
A structured representation of the threat landscape tailored to your environment, highlighting potential threats and their prioritized mitigation
A comprehensive list enumerating every test we conducted, ensuring transparency and thoroughness in our approach.
Get example of our report
Pentesting beyond Basics
Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to staying up-to-date on the latest trends and technologies to bring you the most up-to-date protection.
TOP10 Penetration testing Company
360° Vulnerability Detection
Rigorous planning before diving in
Outstanding Project Management
Critical Issues Found
Avg. Takedown Time
Client Satisfaction Rate
Gonçalo Caeiro, CAIO, DocDigitizer, Portugal
Sekurno's penetration testing prowess is evident in their consistent uncovering of critical vulnerabilities that often go unnoticed. Their meticulous and proactive approach not only ensures top-tier cybersecurity but also highlights their unmatched capability in safeguarding digital assets.
Talk to us
Chat with a cybersecurity expert. Schedule a call with us and we'll work with you to understand your specific needs and create a tailored solution for you.
How lack of Cybersecurity Harm Your Business?
The consequences of data breaches have devastating effects on business:
Loss of Propsects
65% of organizations lost business due to their own or their third-party vendors' security posture.
There is 200% increase in Data Protection fines cases yearly, summing up in total € 4,046,766,744
70% of consumers would stop buying from a company that experienced a breach.
Ransomware surged 485% in 2020, causing extensive business disruptions and downtime.
The average cost of a data breach in 2021 was estimated to be around $4.24 million
Do you know all risks in your application?
Will penetration testing disrupt my business operations?No, ethical hackers will work closely with you to ensure that testing does not impact your regular operations or service availability.
Why do we need penetration testing?Penetration testing helps organizations identify vulnerabilities before cybercriminals can exploit them, ensuring robust security and compliance with industry regulations.
What’s the difference between vulnerability scanning and penetration testing?Vulnerability scanning is an automated process to identify potential vulnerabilities, while penetration testing is a more comprehensive, manual effort to exploit and analyze those vulnerabilities.
What is OWASP, and why is it important?OWASP stands for the Open Web Application Security Project. It’s a nonprofit that works to improve software security. Their top 10 list of web application vulnerabilities is a crucial resource in the pentesting community.
What is penetration testing?Penetration testing, often called ‘pentesting’ or ‘ethical hacking,’ is a simulated cyber attack on a system, application, or network, aiming to uncover vulnerabilities that could be exploited by malicious actors.
How do you ensure that testing is done securely and responsibly?Our team strictly follows industry methodologies like OWASP and PTES and works in isolated environments, ensuring no data leakage or unintended disruptions.
Can I conduct penetration testing internally?While organizations can have internal teams perform pentesting, external teams provide an unbiased perspective and can identify vulnerabilities that internal teams might overlook.
What are the different types of penetration tests?There are several types, including network penetration testing, web application testing, mobile application testing, and social engineering tests.
What can I expect in the final report?Our detailed report provides an executive summary for management, technical findings, a threat model document, and a checklist of all tests performed.
How often should I conduct penetration testing?Industry best practices recommend annual penetration tests at a minimum. However, it’s ideal to test more frequently, especially if you make significant changes to your infrastructure or applications.
What is ‘white box’ and ‘black box’ testing?‘White box’ testing is when the tester has knowledge of the internal structures or workings of the application. ‘Black box’ testing is done without any prior knowledge of the infrastructure.
Is penetration testing costly?The cost of penetration testing varies based on scope, complexity, and type. However, considering the potential loss from a security breach, it’s a worthy investment for businesses.
What makes Sekurno different from other cybersecurity firms?Sekurno offers a comprehensive approach to cybersecurity, combining advanced pen-testing, continuous security support, and AI-assisted processes. With a dedicated team for each client and a commitment to transparency, Sekurno ensures that businesses are protected beyond mere compliance.
How does Sekurno ensure transparency in its services?Sekurno believes in no hidden fees and provides regular updates to clients. Every project involves at least two engineers, ensuring an unbiased approach, and we adhere to standards with checklists for all tests performed.
How has Sekurno benefited its clients in the past?Sekurno has a proven track record with over 80 projects completed, saving clients a cumulative $90M. We pride ourselves on a 5/5 client satisfaction rate.
What certifications do Sekurno's experts hold?Our team comprises experts with some of the most challenging certifications in the cybersecurity domain. This ensures that our clients receive top-notch service from knowledgeable professionals.
What does "security beyond compliance" mean?While many firms focus on meeting the minimum security standards set by regulations, Sekurno goes beyond that. We aim to reduce risks to the highest extent possible, ensuring that businesses are not just compliant but also genuinely secure.
How does Sekurno's AI-assisted process enhance cybersecurity?Our AI-assisted processes help in creating more accurate threat models, generating detailed reports, and formulating security policies. This ensures a faster response time and more efficient threat detection and mitigation.
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