Watch Dogs, realistic hacks?
7 February 2022
Penetration testing is a security assessment where vulnerabilities are found and exploited, safely, to see the impact a real attack could have.
Ethical hacking is not simply an aggregate of different types of assessments: it is the actions organisations take to pro-actively identify vulnerabilities in their security posture which would give rise to business risk.
When you need facts about the actual state of your security, our security assessments can help. Whether it’s understanding and emulating what a real threat actor could do in your environment, or a scientific and thorough enumeration of all potential vulnerabilities in an application or network – our SensePostTeam can help.
Our research-lead approach means that our teams are on the cutting edge of their field and can be evaluated by their public research contributions through papers, tooling, and conference presentations.
A critical part of our business is our hacking training facility, which we deliver via SensePost, the specialist pen-testing arm of Orange Cyberdefense.
Facts about the actual state of your security
Comprehensive and flexible approaches specific to your goals
A senior and experienced team available
Regular public research contributors
A critical part of our business is our hacking training facility, which we deliver via SensePost, the specialist pen testing arm of Orange Cyberdefense.
Our hacking training courses have taught thousands of students about the art of offensive and defensive approaches. Understand how hackers think, the tools, tactics and techniques they use. Our course presents technical skills and basic concepts required to those desiring a foundation in the world of information security.
Our courses are developed from the work we perform for clients so that you get a better understanding of how to exploit real-world scenarios. As one of Black Hat briefings longstanding training partners, our courses have taught thousands of students about the art of offensive and defensive approaches.