Your IT environment has evolved significantly over the past decade, expanding from a centralized data center approach to a more cloud and mobile-centric model. Attackers have adjusted their tactics along the way, shifting their focus from servers in your data center to your users and web browsers, and developing cyber-attacks that elude traditional signature-based security methods Unfortunately, enterprises have largely failed to keep pace with these changes, continuing to use dated methods to thwart attacks, and appliance-based security infrastructure to protect an increasingly cloud and mobile centric workplace. As a result, despite costly on-premise internet security solutions, many enterprises find vulnerabilities in their current infrastructure.
Stealing your customer data and intellectual property is the goal of some of the world’s most dangerous
hackers. This test checks to see if your security solution can detect and block attempts to leak sensitive data including
credit card numbers and social security numbers by various online methods such as posting to a website or emailing.
Employees often try to bypass company policy by using anonymizing proxies that allow them to visit
blacklisted websites, or view pornography or other harmful content. This test checks to see if your security solution
allows you to use an anonymizing website by trying to visit a blacklisted website through a well-known anonymizer.
Most companies wish to comply with US and EU trade laws and prevent users from visiting
websites in countries that are under embargo. Additionally, compromised websites are often hosted in countries that
are hostile to the United States and the European Union. This test checks your ability to visit a website located in North
Korea, which is under US and EU Trade embargo.
• Common viruses
• Cross-site scripting attacks
• Malicious code
• Phishing attacks
• Malicious websites
• Malware in zipped and
• Browser cookie stealing
• Executable file downloads
• Sensitive data leaks,
including credit card data,
intellectual property, U.S.
Social Security numbers
• Embargoed websites in
countries designated by
the United States and/or