Wireless Threat Detection

What is a Wireless Security Assessment?

Wireless Threat Assessments ​are designed to evaluate, attack and mitigate vulnerabilities in a computer systems wireless access points, rouge devices and network misconfigurations that expose an organizations critical infrastructure, financial systems and business operations. With new compliance and legal guidelines such as HIPPA, GLBA and PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard), the wireless security assessment will provide a comprehensive strategy to meeting these dynamic requirements.

Wireless threats are growing with authorized parties and unauthorized attackers use of remote access to computer systems, wireless devices such as hotspots and wireless routers and IoT (Internet of Things) devices. Wireless attacks are becoming more sophisticated with advanced automated software tools, artificial intelligence, machine learning and  specialized techniques to penetrate a networks system controls, code base and critical data.​

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RedSeer Security Wireless Threat Assessments Process

 

The 4 phases to the Wireless Threat Assessments are designed to  identify, value, attack and analyze potential radio wireless vulnerabilities, develop compliance and policy standards and stengthen an organizations mitigation strategies.

Phase 1: Evaluate Wireless Radio Access Points

Identify the networks radio access points to discover ranges, locations wireless areas, network configurations, parameters to access points

Phase 2: Valuation of Vulnerabilities

Methodologies including access control devices, SSID, WEP Encryptions strength and usage, Network Segmentations

Phase 3: Exploit and Attack

Exploit past and new vulnerabilities in network infrastructure, network segmentation, access devices and rogue points

Phase 4: Wireless Threat Mitigation Report

Compliance standards, mitigate potential risks, methodologies and strategies