In a world where malicious intruders are always probing networks in search of weaknesses to exploit, you cannot afford to ignore any vulnerability, misconfiguration, or weak security control in your network eco-system. The security problem is further compounded by the increased use of remote access to networks via wireless technologies which have opened more opportunities for malicious intruders.
The convenience and ease of access to networks brought about by wireless communication have also made it easier for hackers to penetrate your information security system. An organization that doesn’t have a secure wireless system configuration will not detect, prevent, or control unauthorized network access. You need to conduct a wireless security assessment to determine the strength and efficiency of your wireless security settings and configurations.
At Venkon, we have extensive experience in wireless security assessment services. We identify vulnerable access points and rogue hardware, analyze your wireless system’s security configurations and run penetration tests to detect vulnerabilities in the wireless infrastructure and assist you in implementing effective security policies to prevent risks.
Our wireless security assessment service is designed to address all the security challenges faced by businesses and organizations that rely on wireless technology in communication, financial transactions, and other business operations. Wireless technologies pose a significant threat to your IT infrastructure because their signals reach beyond outside physical boundaries and can be difficult to control. Without proper configuration and with weak security protocols, wireless connections are not only easy to access but they allow unauthorized eavesdropping too.
Cutting Edge Wireless Security Assessment Techniques
At Venkon we rely on the latest techniques to assess wireless networks for weaknesses and vulnerabilities. By identifying, evaluating and understanding existing vulnerabilities, our team of IT security professionals will help you come up with the right solutions and secure your information assets.
Our team of experts will examine all your wireless network access points, identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the network, and evaluate the overall exposure of your business to wireless network risks. We’ll then recommend the best measures to take in order to secure your business against internal and external attacks.
Venkon’s Approach to Wireless Security Assessment
Our approach in securing your wireless landscape aims to ensure that your company’s wireless security surpasses the industry’s best practices and regulatory compliance requirements. Our wireless security assessment process includes the following steps:
- Identification of Active Wireless Networks. We’ll run an active penetration test to determine the vulnerability of your network to a hacking attempt by an attacker using wireless access. We’ll determine the potential location and range of wireless networks, their configuration information, and test points of entry to identify access parameters.
- Evaluate your wireless implementation for potential weaknesses and vulnerabilities. Our information security experts will assess the measures you’ve already taken to secure the infrastructure and manage access to your network.
- Exploit vulnerabilities and test other networks. We’ll use vulnerabilities we had previously discovered to test your other network segments. The goal is to identify which network segments can be used as a launching point to attack your network.
Venkon’s information security experts will evaluate your current state of wireless security implementation, all your wireless assets, potential vulnerabilities, and configuration standards.
Benefits of Wireless Security Assessment
Our wireless security assessment services are designed to help you plan, implement, and run a secure wireless network using a safe and sound architecture.
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