Sleep better at night. Our tailored cyber security testing illuminates your system’s weaknesses so you can address them, clearing the way for peace of mind.
Worldwide cyber security spending will reach $124 billion in 2019.1 However, many executives don’t know if they are spending in the right areas and on the right solutions to reduce their company’s cyber risk. Cyber security testing reveals the true ramifications of a breach to your network.
How We Help
We offer eight confidence-building core categories of real-world testing.
Application & Mobile Security Testing
Using “black box” testing, we assess your custom and off-the-shelf applications and your mobile environment to evaluate security posture. Where weaknesses are found, we determine the root cause and provide remediation guidance. Read more.
Security Source Code Review
Using a combination of manual and automated security code review methodologies and tools, we evaluate your mission-critical software applications to identify vulnerabilities and their development root causes. We can identify the most obscure weaknesses and pinpoint the exact line of code where the security flaws occur. Read More.
Network & Cloud Penetration Testing
Thinking like a threat actor, we conduct reconnaissance on your network systems to identify potential vulnerabilities. Then we carry out a safe and controlled test of your infrastructure, attempting to compromise a broad range of systems using any method that a cyber attacker might use, such as password cracking and publicly known or zero-day vulnerability exploitation. Read more.
Cloud & Host Configuration Review
We focus on finding the vulnerabilities and insecure deployment practices introduced by building critical infrastructure in the cloud or on-premise. Additionally, we review the applications your organization uses that are cloud-based. These applications share resources and infrastructure with third parties, so we test data privacy and access control issues.
Red Team & Social Engineering Testing
Our team plans and executes a risk-controlled, no-holds barred attack to test your resilience. We exploit many possible attack vectors, including your people.
Hardware & Internet of Things (IoT) Security Testing
To assess your hardware and connected environment, we test your IoT technologies to expose code weaknesses and any underlying defects or vulnerabilities introduced by non-hardened hardware. Our testing is dynamic and static, revealing vulnerabilities that are often not visible to baseline test processes.
CyberScan – Managed Ongoing Vulnerability Scanning Service & Analytics Platform
Aon offers a full stack vulnerability assessment solution to Aon clients, which is a cloud-based managed vulnerability service for scanning networks, applications and APIs for known security vulnerabilities. The service uses a combination of technology and human expertise to supply clients with on-demand, manually-verified security risks. Measure and track security posture and improvements over time using the platform’s powerful analytics dashboard. Read more.
Cyber Defense Security Training
Aon provides practical and effective cyber defense security training for Developers and DevOps engineers. Train your team modern secure coding practices, and server configuration & hardening techniques, via hands-on instructor-led or on-demand training using Aon’s Cyber Defense Training platform. Read more.
Elite Testing Team
We know how to simulate a motivated attacker. We are accredited with the highly stringent CREST STAR and CBEST certifications and our testing reflects the state-of-the-art in terms of attack vectors, criminal techniques and technology.
We hold industry leading certifications and advanced academic credentials in science, mathematics, engineering, and computer science.
Go-To Cyber Response Firm
We have been the go-to firm for organizations and their law firms in investigating ninety percent of the highest profile breaches in the last decade.2 This experience, together with our advanced threat intelligence capabilities, means we know the latest attack vectors, how cyber attacks are perpetrated, and how to stop them.
1.“Gartner Forecasts Worldwide Security Spending to Exceed $124 Billion in 2019.” Gartner website, May 1, 2019, https://www.gartner.com/en/newsroom/press-releases
2. McMillan, Robert and Ryan Knutson.“Yahoo Triples Estimate of Breached Accounts to 3 Billion.” The Wall Street Journal, October 3, 2017.