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Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, VerSprite is a leader in operational risk management and security advisory services, enabling businesses to improve protection of critical assets, ensuring compliance and managing risk.
A key goal of testing exploits (whether they are on embedded systems, web applications, networks, or even against humans) is determining how easy and impactful successful exploits are against target networks, systems, and applications. Whitehats in today’s industry can often become more enamored with the hunt versus improving technique and truly understanding impact or attack viability as part of a broader threat context. VerSprite’s AppSec group focuses on emulating cybercrime and simulating test scenarios that not only reflect current attack patterns, but also threat motives. Our group also focuses on integrated security testing to help organizations integrate AppSec initiatives sooner within a given SDLC process.
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The feasibility of exploitation is what VerSprite focus on: solving for the probability variable in a risk analysis of realistic attack patterns. Targeting exposed corporate network nodes, hosted infrastructure, supporting platforms, or pivoting off third party solutions – we aim to emulate current and advanced
attack patterns in both black box and gray box scenarios.
If you are in the energy sector or do not have a staging or mirrored production environment, you may have concerns about uptime when performing network security tests. VerSprite has an approach that focuses on testing these environments with greater precision based upon a network threat model where we first understand current network usage patterns and SLAs for uptime prior to testing. Special testing windows can also be performed for these types of environments where a higher level of precision and care is needed for security testing.
CREST Qualified Consultants:
Practitioner Security Analysts: No
Registered Penetration Testers: No
Certified Web Application Testers: No
Certified Infrastructure Testers: No
Wireless Specialists: No