Our Services and Solutions

All of our solutions can be tailored to organisational requirements

Infrastructure Testing

Network testing goes beyond simply identifying and validating vulnerabilities to full manual exploitation, mirroring a real-world attack.

There are multiple offerings of network penetration testing services. Trinity specialise in internal corporate, OT and SCADA environments. Black, grey or white box allows us to focus on specific scenarios that may impact businesses.

Web App and API

Designed to ensure that web-based software applications function correctly, reliably, and securely. This involves testing various aspects of the application to identify and address any vulnerabilities.

Most professionals in the industry agree that application risks cannot be sufficiently mitigated by relying on automated testing solutions. While it can be a great starting point, it should be combined with manual testing by people with understanding of the business logic.

Breakout Testing

Designed to attempt to escape from a virtual desktop or application environment to gain unauthorised access to the underlying host system or other resources within the network.

As the number of remote workers increases, managing physical workstations becomes more challenging. Many organisations now provide remote desktop access through virtualisation platforms. These platforms make it easy for remote employees, however, with ease of access comes security risks that differ from corporate devices.

SOE Assessment

These assessments are designed to provide a comprehensive assessment of the security controls that are in place to protect the Standard Operating Environment (SOE).

The compromise of a corporate device can be a significant security threat to an organisation. It is important to take appropriate measures to secure devices and data against theft and unauthorised access through malicious code or human error.

Cloud Services

Cloud assessments are the process of detecting and exploiting vulnerabilities in your cloud environment, combined with a white box review of the infrastructure.

Cloud assessments involve a mixture of network penetration testing and configuration review techniques to examine the posture of the cloud deployment. A simple mis-configuration can rapidly lead to unauthorised access to sensitive data or to execute code on the cloud environment.

OSINT Review

An OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence) review is a process that involves systematically collecting and analysing data from a wide range of digital sources.

The purpose of an OSINT review can vary depending on the specific context and the goals of the reviewer. It can be a powerful tool for gaining insights and understanding about a particular subject, as it enables individuals or organisations to make business decisions on what has been exposed.

E8 Assessment

The ASD Essential 8 is a set of eight mitigation strategies that, when implemented together, can significantly reduce an organisation's exposure to cyber threats.

An ASD Essential 8 review is an assessment of an organisation's compliance with these eight cybersecurity strategies. The review typically involves evaluating an organisation's policies, procedures, and technical controls to determine how well they align with the ASD Essential 8.

Mobile App Testing

These engagements simulate real-world attacks against compiled mobile applications to identify security weaknesses that could be exploited by threat actors.

Mobile applications can be vulnerable to a variety of security issues, including injection attacks, insufficient authentication and authorisation, insecure data storage, insecure communication, poor coding practices, malicious code, and weak cryptography. These vulnerabilities can result in data breaches, unauthorised access, data corruption, or other security risks.

Architecture Review

A security architecture review is a process of evaluating the design and implementation of a system or application to identify potential security risks.

The review will cover various aspects of security, such as access control, authentication and authorisation, encryption, backup, monitoring and network security. The review will also assess the compliance of the system or application with relevant security standards, regulations, and best practices.

Ransomware Resilience

A ransomware resilience assessment is a comprehensive evaluation of an organisation's ability to prevent, detect, respond to, and recover from a ransomware attack.

The assessment involves identifying critical assets, conducting assurance testing, ransomware simulation, analysing gaps and providing risk mitigation recommendations. By conducting a ransomware resilience assessment, an organisation can improve its overall security posture and reduce the risk of falling victim to a ransomware attack.

Wireless Testing

Wireless penetration testing is a service that uses specialised tools and techniques to evaluate the security of wireless networks, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Zigbee.

The process involves performing active and passive reconnaissance to identify the target wireless network, scanning the wireless environment to detect vulnerabilities, and attempting to exploit these vulnerabilities to gain unauthorised access to the network or sensitive data.

Thick Client Testing

Focusing on evaluating the security of applications that run on a client's computer, as opposed to web-based applications that run on a remote server.

The objective is to identify vulnerabilities in the application that could be exploited by attackers to gain unauthorised access to sensitive data or resources. The testing is typically performed by simulating attacks that exploit common vulnerabilities, such as buffer overflows, injection flaws, and authentication weaknesses.

Virtual Security Professional

A virtual security professional is a service that provides organisations with access to a cybersecurity expert who can serve as an outsourced or part-time security professional.

The main objective of a virtual security professional is to help organisations improve their cybersecurity posture by providing guidance, advice, and support on a wide range of security issues. They can work with the organisation's IT and security teams to help identify and address vulnerabilities, review prospective products, and provide ongoing ad-hoc support.

Purple Teaming

Purple teaming is a collaborative approach to cybersecurity that involves the integration of offensive and defensive security teams. The goal is to simulate attacks and test the organisation's security posture.

The red team will use tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) commonly employed by threat actors to identify vulnerabilities, while the blue team will respond to the attacks with a goal to provide feedback on how to improve overall defenses.

Business Breach

The focus is to review both the core device as well as the technical controls to prevent malicious code execution, data exfiltration, phishing attacks, remote access and initial network discovery.

With the increasing frequency and sophistication of cyber attacks, it has become crucial for organisations to implement robust security measures to safeguard their corporate devices, which often contain or have access to confidential business information.

ISO 27001

An ISO 27001 review is a comprehensive assessment of an organisation's information security management system (ISMS) to ensure compliance with the ISO 27001 standard.

By obtaining ISO 27001 certification, an organisation demonstrates its commitment to implementing effective information security management and gaining the trust of its customers and stakeholders.

Policies and Procedures

Trinity can assist with the creation of policies and procedures to ensure compliance with governance, risk management, internally developed requirements, and compliance standards.

Policy and procedure development covers a wide range of areas, including data protection, cybersecurity and regulatory compliance. It involves collaboration between different departments and stakeholders to ensure that policies and procedures are comprehensive, effective, and aligned with the organisation's objectives.

AD Compromise

This process involves evaluating an organisation's AD environment for potential vulnerabilities or indicators of compromise that could be exploited by threat actors.

This assessment typically involves reviewing the AD configuration, examining the audit logs for unusual activity, and performing various testing techniques to identify potential vulnerabilities or weaknesses.

DDoS Testing

We offer an easy-to-use testing system that is either self-serve or guided by experts with years of experience helping secure complex enterprise networks.

This type of testing can be complex. Our testing methodology features slow-and-safe ramp-ups, high frequency monitoring that detects impacts instantly and real-time traffic control with emergency 10 second stops.

IR Gaps

A NIST 800-61 cyber incident management gap assessment is a process used to evaluate an organisation's readiness and capability to effectively manage and respond to cyber incidents.

By conducting a cyber incident management gap assessment, organisations can gain a clear understanding of their current incident management capabilities, identify areas for improvement, and develop a roadmap for enhancing their ability to detect, respond to, and recover from cyber incidents effectively.

Bespoke Engagements

The above catalogue is not in full as we offer a variety of other bespoke assurance services such a client specific products and platforms deployed over SaaS, PaaS and IaaS.

These services typically involve scoping the engagement, developing a threat model, testing for vulnerabilities, reporting on findings, remediation of identified vulnerabilities, and potentially conducting follow-up testing. Bespoke penetration testing is an important component of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy.