Pentests for each level of cybersecurity
Qbit conducts pen tests to show whether it is possible for hackers to access your organisation’s business information. After all, if our ethical hackers succeed, so will cybercriminals. It may sound strange to have your systems hacked deliberately, but you won’t notice a thing. Qbit also helps you solve any detected vulnerabilities straight away and builds state-of-the-art systems to protect your information and that of your customers.
Qbit operates three possible scenarios for a pen test: black box, grey box or white box. Which scenario suits your organisation best and will therefore be used by Qbit is something you can discuss and decide beforehand with our specialists.
The differences between the scenarios are found in the degree of difficulty. In a black box study, for example, our ethical hackers have little or no information about your organisation’s network and computers. In a white box study, they do have this information and it is therefore easier to access sensitive company data. The grey box approach is somewhere in between.
After each penetration test you will receive a clearly formulated report setting out precisely what has been detected, points of improvement and practical advice.
Our ethical hackers are comprehensively accredited and follow structural courses and refresher training to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the field of cybersecurity. They also regularly attend international conferences and actively contribute to the international information security community. Qbit also works with an extensive common body of knowledge.
The demand for cybersecurity worldwide is growing rapidly. We provide insights and help you to understand how we can solve problems as partners.