Infrastructure Security Testing London

Security has become of great importance in our world today, motivating a myriad of security products that claim to protect individuals and their assets from  security threats and breaches. However, it is often difficult for lay individual users, and even professional security practitioners alike to evaluate which security products truly enhance the security of their surroundings.

Those who wish to secure their environment are reduced to browsing through marketing literature that qualitatively describes the various features, capabilities, design process and philosophy of the system. But does it do want you want it to?

Aldermans penetration testing examines in place security protocols, including human security such as security guards or bodyguards and electronic security methods for example CCTV systems, access controls and perimeter detection and challenge these measures to test their effectiveness and ability.

As part of our security packages we carry out periodic reviews of such security strategies to ensure they are protecting the client as they should and cannot be compromised with a view to gaining access to the client or their assets.

The tests we undertake are aimed at ensuring our clients remain safe and no vulnerabilities are exposed, minimising the risk to our clients and their family.

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Londons leading Resiliance Testing Specialist of Physical security sytems

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We offer a range of security consultancy services to assist you to adequately defend your building, property assets or people. 

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How efficient & Capable is your current security system?

If you wish to determin how efficient your current security is and have an industry led penetration test carried out, Aldermans Security Consultants London, are the people to call. We challenge every aspect of our clients security measures, including:

  • Resiliance testing of physical security  
  • Effectiveness of electronic security inc. alarms, cctv, access control, communication systems, facial recognition, remote monitoring, GPS tracking, ANPR, perimeter guarding
  • Challenge In-house security protocols
  • Examine staff responsibilities
  • Check visitor & contractor policies
  • Check emergency services response
  • Check emergency evacuation and crisis protocols
  • Counter surveillance sweeps

Our experience demonstrates that we are more than capable of breaching most privately owned infrastructure 

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What is Physical security Stress Testing (Resiliance Testing)?

Security resilience testing, also known as security resilience assessment or security stress testing, is a process of evaluating the ability of a system or organisation to withstand and recover from security incidents, disruptions, or attacks. It involves simulating various real-world security threats and scenarios to assess the effectiveness of the security measures in place and identify potential vulnerabilities.

The primary goal of security resilience testing is to proactively identify weaknesses in security controls, policies, and procedures before they are exploited by attackers. By subjecting systems and organisations to realistic attack scenarios, security resilience testing helps in understanding the resilience and response capabilities, enabling improvements to be made to enhance overall security posture.

Here are some key steps typically involved in security resilience testing:

  1. Threat Modeling: Identify and prioritise potential threats and attack vectors relevant to the system or organisation being tested. This step involves understanding the system architecture, assets, dependencies, and potential threats.
  2. Test Planning: Define the objectives, scope, and methodologies for the security resilience testing. Determine the types of attacks, scenarios, and simulations to be performed.
  3. Test Execution: Conduct the planned security tests, which may include simulated attacks, penetration testing, social engineering, vulnerability scanning, or other techniques. This step aims to exploit vulnerabilities and assess the system's response and resilience capabilities.
  4. Incident Response Evaluation: Assess the effectiveness of incident response plans, procedures, and the clients ability to detect, contain, and recover from security incidents. This evaluation helps in identifying areas for improvement in incident response and recovery processes.
  5. Vulnerability Analysis: Analyse the results of the security resilience testing, including identified vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and potential risks. Prioritise the findings based on their impact and likelihood and recommend appropriate mitigation strategies.
  6. Reporting: Document the findings, observations, and recommendations resulting from the security resilience testing process. The report should provide clear and actionable guidance for improving security resilience.
  7. Remediation and Follow-up: Implement the recommended measures to address the identified vulnerabilities and weaknesses. Perform necessary changes to strengthen the security posture based on the testing results. Additionally, schedule periodic security resilience assessments to ensure ongoing protection and adaptability to new threats.

Security resilience testing should be performed regularly to keep up with evolving security threats and maintain a proactive security approach. It helps organisations to identify gaps in security controls, improve incident response capabilities, and enhance overall security resilience.