Detect cloud misconfigurations
We specialize in providing cloud penetration testing services that aim to uncover vulnerabilities within your cloud infrastructure, specifically targeting AWS, Azure, and GCP environments. Our comprehensive assessments not only identify these vulnerabilities but also provide valuable guidance on enhancing your overall cloud security measures.
If your organization is transitioning to AWS, building applications on AWS, or conducting annual pentests for compliance purposes, AWS penetration testing becomes essential. It assists in identifying vulnerabilities in cloud security that may lead to exposure and risk.
In AWS penetration tests, Bistwork conducts thorough assessments to discover vulnerabilities, credentials, and misconfigurations. These findings enable our skilled cloud pentesters to gain access to restricted resources, escalate user privileges, and uncover sensitive data. The testing process also focuses on identifying the exposure of management interfaces accessible through the internet, identifying publicly accessible S3 buckets, and identifying security weaknesses in AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) configurations.
Whether you are in the process of transitioning to Azure, actively developing applications within Azure, or conducting annual compliance pentesting, Microsoft Azure penetration testing is a vital component in ensuring the security of your cloud infrastructure.
Bistwork specializes in detecting significant vulnerabilities within your Azure cloud services, including internet-exposed applications. Through our Azure pentesting services, we identify credentials, excessive privileges, and misconfigurations within Azure Active Directory. These findings are critical as they can potentially compromise your Azure infrastructure, expose sensitive data, allow unauthorized control over Azure resources, or enable attackers to pivot and target your internal network.
Google Cloud (GCP) Penetration Testing
Google Cloud penetration testing assists organizations in fortifying their security measures while transitioning to Google Cloud, constructing applications in GCP, or utilizing Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE).
Throughout the Google Cloud penetration tests, Bistwork conducts assessments to identify vulnerabilities that malicious actors can potentially exploit. Our testing surpasses automated scanning by manually exploiting vulnerabilities and misconfigurations, thus revealing security weaknesses within your Google Cloud attack surface.
By recognizing security deficiencies during your cloud migration, the chances of an exploit are substantially diminished.
Detect cloud misconfigurations
Comprehensive testing methodology
Minimize the risk of a cyber attack
Cloud penetration testing refers to the process of assessing the security of cloud infrastructure and applications by simulating real-world attacks. It involves identifying vulnerabilities and weaknesses in cloud environments, including those provided by Azure, Google Cloud, and AWS. The aim is to ensure the security and integrity of data stored in the cloud, protect against potential threats, and maintain regulatory compliance.
While the fundamental principles of cloud penetration testing apply across different cloud providers, there are certain platform-specific considerations. Each platform, such as Azure, Google Cloud, and AWS, has its own unique set of features, security controls, and architecture, which necessitates tailored testing approaches. Penetration testers need to understand the nuances of each platform's security mechanisms, authentication methods, and resource management to effectively evaluate the cloud environment's security posture.
The frequency of cloud penetration testing depends on various factors, including the size of the organization, the complexity of the cloud environment, and industry regulations. In general, it is recommended to conduct regular penetration tests, at least annually or whenever there are significant changes to the cloud infrastructure or applications. Additionally, it's important to perform penetration testing after major updates or deployments to ensure the security of the system.