A Modern Approach to Cybersecurity Testing

The Problem

Modern organisations are constantly at risk from cybercriminals. Keeping everything up-to-date and locked down is a fundamental part to cybersecurity - but things may get missed and risk may unintentionally be introduced to your systems.

To ensure that these systems can be found and fixed quickly, it's critical that the security of your systems are constantly tested.

Traditional cybersecurity testing such as penetration testing is often conducted annually, but that isn't in-line with the way that systems and applications are developed. Regular changes and updates to systems can introduce risk quickly.

  • Traditional Cybersecurity Testing is a point-in-time assessment.
  • New security vulnerabilities are released almost constantly.
  • The organisation may wish to release new systems quickly.
  • Companies are often unaware of their fluctuating security risk.

Our Solution

AkimboCore offers Always-on Security Testing. This is a modern approach to cybersecurity testing that combines the benefits of penetration testing but is more effective, as we apply human intelligence to the interesting parts and develop application-specific automation engines for the mundane parts.

This allows us to test more frequently, more efficiently, and more effectively when compared to traditional penetration testing.

We provide information about your security stance through an online platform that allows you to view the security testing that's taking place, see your currently organisational security stance, and gain assistance in remediating discovered security issues.

Always-on Security Testing: Features

State of the Union

A dashboard shows the current security stance of your organisation, including outstanding issues as well as the on-going security testing work conducted.

Attack Surface Monitoring

New systems are highlighted within the dashboard to ensure they're not unintentionally missed from the testing scope.

Vulnerability Alerts

As security issues are discovered this is communicated through the dashboard. High risk issues cause vulnerability alerts so you don't miss critical issues.

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