Hacking for the greater good

Find the vulnerabilities in your network applications with thorough penetration testing through Nitel’s partnership with Gartner Magic Quadrant Leader Trustwave. Expert “ethical hackers,” armed with the same techniques as leading cybercriminals, attempt to hack into your network or application to help you identify network-connected assets, learn how those assets are vulnerable to attack and understand what could happen if those assets become compromised.

With the help of leading security experts, we’ll learn more about your databases, network and applications and determine one of four levels of testing to suit your business.

  • Basic: simulates the most common attacks, typically using freely available, automated attack tools.
  • Opportunistic: Includes opportunistic attacks executed by skilled attackers seeking easy targets, using a mix of automated tools and manual exploitation to penetrate targets.
  • Targeted: Simulates targeted attacks from a skilled, patient attacker that has targeted a specific organization. Expends significant resources trying to compromise systems.
  • Advanced: Simulates an advanced attack executed by a highly motivated, well-funded, extremely sophisticated and unrelenting attacker.