How easily can a hacker attack your systems?


Can you detect if someone is trying to break in?
Do you even know if someone has already done it?


Penetration tests give a full and proper assessment of the security level of your infrastructure. After completion, you will be provided with a report containing not only a detailed assessment of the security of your systems but also detailed recommendations to correct and improve their security. Our attempts to infiltrate your system will reveal its weaknesses and this is the only certain way of prioritizing and eliminating the identified vulnerabilities.

Download our presentation here!



  They already trusted us


Cybercrime is a worldwide epidemic. Protect your infrastructure!



New banking malware FakeBank can intercept messages to steal data and money

FakeBank malware can steal sensitive information from the device including phone numbers, balance on a linked bank card and location data.


New Cryptomix ransomware variant released

Hackers have released a new version of Cryptomix that adds the .SERVER extension to encrypted files.


Meltdown and Specter vulnerabilities affect Intel, ARM, AMD processors

Almost all PCs, laptops, tablets and smartphones are in danger, regardless of manufacturer or operating system.


New Mirai Okiru botnet attacks devices running ARC processors

Cybersecurity experts have noticed a new version of the infamous Mirai IoT malware, designed to hack insecure devices that run on ARC embedded processors.

Latest articles


77% of companies hit by cyber-attacks in 2017

Kaspersky Lab IT Security Economics Report reveals that 77% of companies have been hit by some type of cyber-attack.


75% of applications have at least one vulnerability

Developers, however, are not the only ones to blame.


Guide for GDPR compliance

In May 2018, the General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) will take effect, significantly changing the way organizations process and store data.


BEURK - Experimental Unix RootKit

BEURK is an user-land preload rootkit for GNU/Linux.

Sign up for our online newsletter!