Helping Your Company Find Security Vulnerabilities Before The Bad Guys Do

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing

Penetration testing, or colloquially referred to as pen testing/ethical hacking, is a simulated cyber attack where professional ethical hackers break into corporate networks to find vulnerabilities before hackers with malicious intent do.

Usually identified as flaws in operating systems, services and applications, these vulnerabilities may impact the efficacy of an organisation’s network defence mechanism negatively, resulting in undesirable consequences.

vulnerability assessment and penetration testing

Our Pentesters Certifications & Methodology

CREST Certification
OSCP - Offensive Security Certified Professional
OWASP - Open Web Application Security Project

Assessing for Vulnerabilities


vulnerability assessment and penetration testing

Keeping Cyber Attacks At Bay

Gathering information about the systems before the vulnerability assessment identifies the intensity of a vulnerability.

This is to have a better idea of its intensity and for being proactive to take better steps for the future.


Initial Assessment

Effective for the identification of the cyber attacks and preventing them from affecting your business network.

The possible cyber attack could cause your business to get bankrupt and force it to shut down.


collect usage disclose store

Getting The Best Out Of Your Cyber Security

Investing a huge amount on IT products and not testing for vulnerabilities will soon render your defence programme as pointless.

Continuous security improvement requires regular testing for loopholes in preventing attacks and data leakages.

Reasons To Invest In Pentesting


increase in security breaches from 2018

- Accenture


of cyber attacks target small businesses



of customers won’t go back to a breached organisation.

-Security Boulevard

About Our Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing

PDPA audit

What Are You Testing For?

Hackers will capitalise and exploit on errors made from incorrect coding practices and misconfiguration. Having a third-party run a penetration test avoids conflict of interest situations, resulting in an unbiased outcome.

Who needs Penetration Testing?

You. Any entity that relies on IT should have their system security tested regularly and update their security features to prevent the negative effect of system downtime and malicious hacking.


Benefits of Penetration Testing

Penetration testing pinpoints directly to the weaknesses within an infrastructure(from human negligence to networking systems), providing you with an accurate diagnosis and permitting IT management and security experts to arrange remediation efforts.This helps organisations avoid data incidents that may put their reputation and reliability at stake.

Will there be disruption or downtime?

No, businesses need not worry as our pentesters will adhere to a specific code of conduct and scope of work. In the event that we are able to gain access to your admin console or databases, the pentest stops there for that particular attack vector, and a proof of concept replicating the steps will be submitted in the final VAPT report. We also prefer to work on staging environments.

Who will be pentesting on our systems, websites or mobile apps?

Privacy Ninja only provides CREST certified and OSCP certified penetration testers to work on our clients' systems. A strict code of conduct and pentest methodology will be adhered to at all times, providing a peace of mind and quality assurance in all our pentest engagements.

quarterly company review and audit

How frequent should companies conduct VAPT?

The frequency depends on your pentesting provider and how risky the technology is. A mistake most companies make is conducting this test on an annual basis. Privacy Ninja’s comprehensive analysis helps in navigating through the complexity of VAPT and incorporating best practices.


Subscribe to our mailing list to get free tips on Data Protection and Data Privacy updates weekly!


Subscribe to our mailing list to get free tips on Data Protection and Data Privacy updates weekly!

× How can we help you?