Wireless security assessment

Wireless networks make it easier for employees to stay connected within the company and boost their working freedom. This raises the security risk connected with the wireless network, which can be used as an attack surface.
Wireless security evaluation aids in the identification of wireless network vulnerabilities and security issues. To detect vulnerabilities in the wireless network, our Security Consultants test for various vulnerabilities and run various test scenarios. These flaws can be caused by a misconfigured wireless access point, flaws in the firmware of the wireless access point, or encryption and authentication mechanisms such as WPA or WPA2.
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What is wireless security assessment?

Wireless Security Assessment is a subset of the broader notion of 'Security Assessment,' which entails undertaking assessments such as Extended Internet Footprint Assessment, Source Code Review, Infrastructure Assessment, Application Assessment, and SCADA Assessment to ensure an enterprise's overall security. The increased ease of deployment of Wireless Security Assessment through the inclusion of rogue Access Points (AP) by anybody from an amateur user to the administrator has brought it to our attention. Wireless Security as a whole

What is our methodology?

There are three basic steps in the wireless testing technique. This primarily refers to the strategy for breaking into the wireless network. This method combines a password compound with a sniffing technique to locate an unsecured wireless network.
Manual assessment
The Manual Assessment Methodology, also known as Ad-hoc Assessment, is a voluntary security assessment that takes place at a single instance. The Manual Assessment Methodology uses the types of tools that most people seeking for an open AP are familiar with, such as NetStumbler and WiFiFoFum, as well as Airsnort and Airmagnet. When it comes to determining the present working status of a wireless environment, the Manual Assessment Methodology comes into play. It's also used to test the functionality of the Automated Assessment Methodology.

What is the need for the wireless security assessment?

Manual or automated Wireless Security Assessment Methodologies follow a five-step process. The first is the finding of APs, followed by the selection of targets to be included in the evaluation and the triggering of traffic that has escaped the defined boundaries.
  • The second phase is examining access control, detecting existing vulnerabilities, and selecting security settings.
  • The final step entails looking into new encryption architecture.
  • The fourth phase entails enabling user, device, and manual authentication, as well as assessing the physical location of access points.
To breach network defences, malicious intruders are continually probing networks for entry points for misconfiguration, vulnerabilities, and weak security measures. The rising usage of wireless technology for remote access to networks has opened the floodgates to would-be invaders and increased the risk to enterprises. DigiAlert has a lot of expertise assisting clients with identifying access points and rogue devices, analysing security setups, testing for vulnerabilities, and implementing security rules that reduce risk.
DigiAlert’s Wireless Security Assessments address the security issues that arise when using business-critical wireless technology.

Why choose us?

CERT-in and ISO 27001 certifications have been granted to DigiAlert. We can certify and undertake security audits for Government agencies and BFSI customers using CERT-in. SecureLayer7 performs testing and reporting to ensure that applications meet PCI, HIPAA, SOC type 1 and type 2 criteria, as well as other regulatory needs. DigiAlert supports customised scanning reporting templates that suit organisational standards and other regulatory needs.

Active Wireless Networks are mapped and identified. DigiAlert  consultants will assess your network's vulnerability to a wireless network attacker with radio access. DigiAlert  consultants will try to detect any existing wireless networks (including any ad-hoc networks), assess their positions and ranges, evaluate the range of the wireless access region, determine network configuration information, and probe points of entry for system information or access parameters.

How can DigiAlert help you with wireless security?

Access Other Networks by Exploiting Vulnerabilities The previously found vulnerabilities will be used by DigiAlert  consultants to get access to other network parts. If the team is successful, they will try a variety of tactics to gain access to the information. This phase will define which network segments and systems the wireless network architecture can access, as well as the security measures that isolate the wireless network from other network segments and if the wireless network can be used as a launchpad for attacks on other systems.
Improves the security of wireless networks
Risks and weaknesses in security should be identified and minimised
Prevent nefarious or undesired behaviour.
Avoid situations that jeopardise the organization's goodwill and reputation
Observing regulatory requirements

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