CyBourn is a leading service provider empowering organisations with highly developed frameworks, policies, and procedures that align with current regulatory landscapes and business objectives. Complementary to MDR services, CyBourn’s seasoned consultants work with organisations to build and maintain robust information security postures.

Penetration testing

CyBourn delivers penetration testing engagements by leveraging an experienced team of certified penetration testing experts and cybersecurity analysts. Using industry-recognised as well as proprietary scripts and techniques, we design, test and perform a full spectrum of tactics from vulnerability assessments to red/blue team exercises.

CyBourn executes penetration tests customised to organisation needs and specific risk profiles. We deliver black, white or grey box approaches depending on our clients’ business needs. Our reporting and advisory services are razor focused on strengthening security postures and mapping risks to help prioritise and plan remediations.

What types of tests?

  • Web applications
  • Mobile applications
  • IT Networks
  • Wireless networks
  • Scenario-based penetration testing

Who needs penetration testing?

CyBourn recommends any organisation that performs business-critical operations on digital platforms to proactively perform penetration tests at least once every year. Being proactive will help establish a baseline security posture and then develop a roadmap for needed improvements to thwart potential hacking attempts.

Social engineering

Cybourn builds and executes complex social engineering scenarios to test awareness levels of internal staff. As the number one entry point for data breaches, phishing techniques are very hard to mitigate. The best solution to cope with such threats is maintaining high levels of awareness.
Social engineering exercises should be continually performed by all organisations, as it dramatically lowers the probability of a data breach. Simulations can be customised based on organisational structure, geographic presence, and specific business risks.

What types of tests?

  • Phishing campaigns simulating an external attacker gathering data from employees based on external provider call-to-action
  • Phishing campaigns simulating an attacker impersonating a member of the organisation that delivers a call-to-action
  • Spear-phishing campaigns targeting high-profile employees to disclose information

Who needs Social Engineering?

CyBourn recommends any organisation that performs business-critical operations on digital platforms to perform such a test at least once per year. It helps companies establish a baseline security posture and then setup a roadmap for improvements.

Red/blue teaming

CyBourn leverages a vast network of offensive and defensive security professionals to deliver the right mix of skills for each exercise. Out-of-the box thinking is the main mission, focusing on what a potential attacker can exploit to penetrate an environment, as well as on how a security analyst can swiftly detect and respond to an attack.

Who does what?

  • Red teams: ethical hackers and penetration testers that use a combination of social engineering tools and attack strategies unbeknownst to defenders.
  • Blue teams: analysts, engineers and system administrators that perform normal business operations within targeted networks.

Who needs red/blue teaming?

CyBourn recommends large organisations that have a SOC and threat hunting capabilities to perform Red/Blue Teaming exercise at least once every year. While SOAR techniques inside the SOC free up time for analysts, the exercise ensures good postures regarding situational awareness. During the exercise, blue teams must be vigilant and hunt for any form of network anomaly or abnormal behaviour using technology, skills and critical thinking.

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