Offensive Cybersecurity

The broad definition of offensive security includes several offensive but ethical activities aimed at identifying flaws and vulnerabilities by, for example, carrying out targeted attacks against software, systems and services. These services are carried out like an attacker who has gathered information from public or closed sources of information or through assigned detailed information for the mission.

Offensive - Pen Testing

Pen Testing

The number of IT attacks is increasing every day and the costs can be devastating. Penetration tests of your external infrastructure, web applications and internal IT environments identify weaknesses and opportunities for attackers to take over your domain.

Offensive - external exposure analysis

External Exposure Analysis

It is not always easy to know how much is exposed to the internet. Want to get the same perspective and insight into your attack surface that a real attacker has?

Offensive - Red teaming exercise

Red Teaming Exercise

During a Red Teaming execution, you will get a total analysis of your company from an attacker’s point of view. You may have an almost openable external environment, but what about your physical security?

Offensive - Threat Intelligence

Threat Intelligence

How much information from your company is available online? More than you think, we’d say – social media, open source, leaked passwords and more. We help you assess potential threats and malicious events that need to be addressed – before they happen.



When acquiring a company, it is essential to carry out a proper investigation of the new company’s security status. We can ensure that this company has a sufficiently secure environment for it to be connected to your infrastructure.

Webinar On-Demand

How to think and work with
application security

Most of us understand that security is important but don’t really know how and where to start. In this webinar, we will talk about application security with a focus on bringing security into the development process, the common attacks, etc.


Having some questions about cybersecurity?

To avoid unnecessary exposure to danger, you need to secure your applications, but you might be confused on how to do it. We are here to answer your frequently asked questions about this subject.