Are You Vulnerable To SQL Injections?
Why you should matter?
How Penetration Testing can help you to secure your business – and help you defend against a cyber security breaches! Penetration Testing is a controlled attack simulation that helps identify susceptibility to application, network and operation system breaches.
What is an SQL injection attack?
It is a web security vulnerability that allows the attacker to use SQL query to enter your database.
Is my company at risk?
It might be, if you have a website where your users have to log in or have any input field where data can be submitted.
Why should it matter?
By being able to access your company’s database, the attackers could gain access to your users’ sensitive information.
This can include their usernames, password, credit card numbers and more.
Did you know? Check if your email has been compromised in a data breach using haveibeenpwned.com website?
SQL Injection is one of the oldest but still daily used vulnerabilities which have devastated many companies.
Don’t give attackers opportunity to ruin your company’s reputation!Rocketlab – Security & Penetration Testing Services. By locating vulnerabilities before the adversaries do, you can implement defensive strategies to protect your critical systems and information.
A 2019 IBM report valued the cost of a data breach at $3.92 million.
By locating vulnerabilities before the adversaries do, you can implement defensive strategies to protect your critical systems and information.
What does Penetration Testing cover?
Types of penetration testing include:
- Networks – Assessing the vulnerability of internal/ external networks (firewalls, routers, operating sytems)
- Wireless – Identifying vulnerabilities in wireless 802.11 based networks where rogue access points are located.
- Applications – An “ethical attack” intended to reveal the effectiveness of an application´s security controls.
Case Study: Capital One Cyber Incident
In 2019 a misconfigured web application firewall (WAF) results in one mailcios hacker breaking into a Capital One server and gaining access to 140,000 Social Security numbers, 1 million Canadian Social Insurance numbers and 80,000 bank account numbers.
The Result? $100 million!
The company expects to incur between $100 million and $150 million in costs related to the hack, including customer notifications, credit monitoring, tech costs and legal suport due to the hack.
What kind of Threats dies Penetration Testing help you protect against?
Penetration Testing helps to protect against threats like
- Man-In-The-Middle Attack
- Brute Force Attack
- Buffer Overflow
- Cross-Site Request Forgery
- Cross-Site Scripting
- SQL Injection
- Social Engineering
- Phishing Attacks
Want to perform effective Penetration Testing in your company?