The Risk Crew service results in the verification of the security integrity of your website; reducing the risk to the application. Web application security penetration testing is a continuous improvement process to receive increasing returns on your investment.

Our Testing Service Provides:

  • Expert testing from certified engineers
  • A detailed risk report with top strategic insights & solutions
  • A complimentary workshop for stakeholders to ensure the understanding of findings
  • Free retesting to ensure the effectiveness of remediation
  • On-call advice and expertise

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“They were exceptionally easy to work with from contract negotiation to the final deliverable and closeout. Every interaction was professional and full of expertise – from the Project Manager to the Security Engineers. If you are in need of solid cyber security expertise that you can trust, I highly recommend Risk Crew.”  Chief Information Technology Officer | Finance Industry

Why Trust Us

Risk Crew engineers provide innovative information security solutions to stay ahead of ever-changing threats.

Our engineers care deeply about the quality of our testing and with providing complete knowledge transfer. They carry CREST, C√SS, C│EH and GIAC credentials.

Risk Crew’s Web Application Testing Process is Comprised of 4 Phases:

01. Threat Modelling

Risk Crew security engineers will conduct modelling to:

  • Identify threat vectors (or point of entry) of the asset or activity that an attacker would seek
  • Provide a view of the web application from an attacker’s perspective

02. Vulnerability Analysis Plan

In the second phase, testing engineers will:

  • Identify vulnerabilities in threat vectors
  • Analyse vulnerabilities to determine weakness & sensitivity of the information asset it might expose
  • Create a documented plan to benchmark against applicable standards for compliance requirements

03. Exploitation

Testing engineers will attempt to attack any weaknesses by:

  • Exploiting the vulnerabilities identified and verifying the potential impact on the asset
  • Building and designing functionality, as well as user permissions, such as attempting to escalate privileges or obtain access to other assets

04. Detailed Reporting

The final piece of the engagement will result in a report that covers:

  • A record of the attack vectors, vulnerabilities identified and associated risk levels
  • Visual evidence of vulnerabilities exploited (if applicable)
  • An overall risk rating to the application based on test findings
  • Recommended remediation actions