The ARNE focuses on a service-based-view versus a programmatic-view of cybersecurity. Critical services are assessed against industry best practice, cybersecurity controls practice under five top-level domains: cybersecurity management, cybersecurity forces, cybersecurity controls, cyber incident response, and cyber dependencies. Following the assessment, your organization is provided with a user-friendly dashboard for reviewing and interacting with the survey findings. Your organization can use the dashboard to compare its results against industry peers, review results in the context of specific cyber and physical threat scenarios, and dynamically adjust the importance of in-place practices to see the effects on overall cyber protection.
A holistic approach to perform penetration test that not only discovers security vulnerabilities, but also finding business logic vulnerabilities along with security checklists based on industry standards, including OWASP Top Ten, PCI Compliance, SANS and many other standards.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is web application penetration testing?
A web application penetration test is a type of ethical hacking assessment designed to assess the architecture and design of web applications in order to identify cyber security risks that could lead to unauthorised access and/or data exposure.
Who performs a web application penetration test?
ARNE application security is performed by our team of Certified Web Pentest certified and experienced team, who possess an in-depth understanding of the latest threats and adversarial techniques.
What information is needed to scope a web app pen test?
The information needed to help scope a web application security test typically includes the number and types of web applications to be tested, number of static and dynamic pages, number of input fields and whether the test will be performed from an unauthenticated and or/authenticated perspective (where login credentials are unknown/known).
What web application security testing tools are used?
Penetration testing for web applications not only requires knowledge of the latest web application security testing tools but also a deep understanding of how to use them most effectively. To assess web app security, ethical hackers leverage a range of specialist tools to perform traffic interception and modification, cross site scripting, SQL injection, and more.
How long does a web application security test take?
The time it takes an ethical hacker to complete a web application penetration test depends on the scope of the test, including the number and type of web apps, static or dynamic pages and input fields.
What happens at the end of a web app pen test?
After each web application security test, the ethical hacker(s) assigned to the test will produce a custom written report, detailing any weaknesses identified, associated risk levels and recommended remedial actions..