Network Security Audit

Hackers are keenly monitoring. Is your network secured.
Network penetration testing aims to identify and exploit vulnerabilities in your networks, systems and network devices before an unauthorized user does.
We as Cyber Defence Solutions follow a set of predefined test cases build up based on various kinds of network configurations and execute those cases on target network.

Network Security

Network penetration testing aims to identify and exploit vulnerabilities in your networks, systems and network devices before an unauthorized user does.

Network Security Methodology

Cyber Defence Solutions execute Network Penetration Testing with their profound knowledge and over decade’s experience of individuals in the field. The team has a proven ability to find Critical to Low level vulnerabilities of the Network. We identify the vulnerabilities of the entire IT Infrastructure during the VAPT of the network.
A network penetration test typically employs globally accepted approaches based on the Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES). This will include:

  • Intelligence Gathering — Discovery of all accessible systems, their IP and their respective services to obtain as much information as possible. The phase in also known as Reconnaissance or Enumeration.
  • Threat Modelling — Identifying vulnerabilities within systems via automated scans and deep-dive manual testing techniques. This includes first-host footprinting, live host detection, service enumeration, and operating system details.
  • Vulnerability Analysis — Documenting and analyzing vulnerabilities to develop the plan of attack.
  • Exploitation — ctually carrying out the attempt to exploit.
  • Reporting — Delivering, ranking, and prioritizing findings to generate an actionable report, complete with evidence, for the project stakeholders.


Network devices are crucial for the operation of any organisation, and their compromise can have a huge impact, which can be immediately quantifiable in terms of lost revenue and productivity. A network device audit by Perspective Risk provides a comprehensive and detailed security audit of network components such as switches and routers, to ensure that weaknesses in their configuration are identified and remediated, reducing the risk of a security incident


This includes identifying flaws and weaknesses in the existing network architecture and finding the gap between the existing structures with security compliance.


Cyber Defence Solutions intercept record and analyze network traffic communication patterns in order to detect and respond to security threats and keep your network secure by providing mitigation strategy.

Internal Penetration Testing

One that simulates what an insider attack could accomplish. The target is typically the same as external pen-testing, but the major differentiator is the "attacker" either has some sort of authorized access or is starting from a point within the internal network. Insider attacks have the potential of being much more devastating than an external attack because insiders already have the knowledge of what's important within a network and where it's located, something that external attackers don't usually know from the start. We perform to exploit those found out vulnerabilities and provide mitigation strategy.

Network Devices Penetration Testing

Certified and authorized ethical hackers perform various penetration tests to identify the vulnerabilities in network devices.

External Penetration Testing

It is the traditional, more common approach to pen-testing. Black Hats are always keenly looking for vulnerable public acing servers, network assets etc. So in this case we as a security consultant aims to target the system from black hat’s perspective and find out flaws in it which gets reported. It addresses the ability of a remote attacker to get to the internal network. The goal of the pen-test is to access specific servers and crown jewels within the internal network by exploiting externally exposed servers, clients, and people.

Network Security Provided By Cyber Defence Solutions


Network security configuration audit helps you to makes your organization compliant with HIPPA, PCI_DSS, and ISO. It helps you to fix security configuration flaws for the network devices such as routers, switches. The steps includes: Configuration Setting Collection, Configuration Setting Analysis, Report submission.


This phase includes examining the process of Information security Measures which is Placed in Wifi Networks and also analyses the Weakness, technical flows, and Critical wireless Vulnerabilities. Most important countermeasures we focus on Threat assessment, Data theft Detection, security control auditing, Risk prevention and Detection, information system Management, Upgrade infrastructure and finally prepare the detailed report.Wireless devices mostly use WPA2, WEP, and EAP authentication and/or LEAP encryption to the network. WPA2 is also found vulnerable to KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attack); the WEP password can be easily guessed with network tools.


The primary objective for a network penetration test is to identify exploitable vulnerabilities in networks, systems, hosts and network devices (ie: routers, switches) before hackers are able to discover and exploit them. Network penetration testing will reveal real-world opportunities for hackers to be able to compromise systems and networks in such a way that allows for unauthorized access to sensitive data or even take-over systems for malicious/non-business purposes.
We as Cyber Defence Solutions follow a set of predefined test cases build up based on various kinds of network configurations and execute those cases on target network.



Our network security process is meant to suite the best of client’s need. The process includes E2E pen-test of networks along with third party lib known flaws. The process includes analyzing statically as well as dynamically. We provide complete information about vulnerabilities and total security against attack and intruders.

We provide a simple and concise report furnishing all the information of security assessment as well as the mitigation plans of the flaws in order to achieve the security. The report typically consists of two sections: A high level info for management personnel and A low level info for technology personnel.