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Highly specialized in pentest, Vaadata helps you increase your cybersecurity with security audits of the following scope: web platforms, mobile apps, IoT, infrastructure, social engineering.
With a pentest you can determine the real level of risk of your IT and then reduce it efficiently and rapidly.
Our security audit reports provide a lot of details that enable a developer or an adminsys to easily understand and correct the vulnerabilities. We can also provide a non-technical executive summary to communicate to your board and partners.
Vaadata’s hyperspecialisation enables us to really set ourselves apart on the pentest market. We leave the functional part of cybersecurity to other experts, so we can exclusively focus on the technical part and on offensive security.
Concrete and pragmatic, we adapt to the security goals of both start-ups and major accounts. Every client can choose the most appropriate scope and depth level of the penetration test.
For start-ups, we can set up a gradual security testing process to assist the company’s growth and cybersecurity needs increasement.Why choose us?
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You will find information on our clients’ security goals, as well as the security audits performed and the concrete results. Of course each business case has been fully anonymized to ensure confidentiality.
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The client is a BtoB software company.
The wide functional coverage of the platform requires a strong management of roles and access rights, as well as the need to think security upstream of the design of new functionalities […]
The Client is the e-commerce division of an international retail group.
Well-known e-commerce platforms driving significant revenues are widely exposed to risks of cyberattacks: fraud, traffic diversion to malicious websites, payment interception […]
The Client is an IT consulting group with about 8000 employees spread across 60 countries.
The company relies on a unified information system, which represents a major security stake. The connection to the network of a local office as well as the ERP system are entry points for attacks targeting the company on a large scale, with potentially devastating consequences […]
The Client is a fintech company with about 500 employees spread across 8 countries around the world.
Fintech companies are particularly exposed to the risks of cyber-attacks. In the case of this Client, the risks are of various kinds: fraud, data theft, unavailability of services, damage to the company's brand image […]
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How To Define The Scope Of A Pentest?
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