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Kyte offers Vulnerability Management and Attack and Penetration Testing for both internal and external systems. Kyte is in a position to deploy resources to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by an attacker to compromise your system. Through its manual and automated testing techniques, Kyte attempts to identify these vulnerabilities before a hacker does, thereby ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your systems is preserved.

Kyte Global is able to offer Vulnerability Scanning services as well as Attack and Penetration testing on your inside or external facing systems. We have provided such services to several high-profile customers who are wholly dependent on their information systems. Whilst vulnerability scanning involves a fully automated process, which can be configured to match the scope of your network, penetration testing involves a combination of both manual and automated techniques. A penetration test attempts to carry out an analysis of your infrastructure just like a hacker would. We are able to provide black box and white box testing as well as internal and external testing. The pentest can also cover social engineering type of attacks.

Should you require a more in depth analysis of your applications, our team of testers can perform a web application test. During this test, we will look at the logic of the application, even making use of authenticated access, to identify potential coding vulnerabilities that may not be detectable through network pentesting techniques.

Another service we can provide is Web Application Scanning, which is an automated test specifically targeted for application vulnerabilities. This test is based on a small subscription charge and allows you to conduct unlimited tests on your application, a valuable resource for your developers.

Kyte Global is also in a position to carry out more specialized testing such as social engineering, Wi-Fi testing, Code Reviews and Denial of Service attacks.

Do you need to come on site to conduct a Pen Test?

Not necessarily. External testing is easily conducted remotely whilst internal testing can be easily carried out by providing us with access to a VPN connection or a VM on the internal network.


How long does a Pen Test take?

Testing times vary according to size and complexity of the network and the objectives of the test. We typically estimate and quote on the basis of man days effort. An external pentest can typically take between 3-9 days. Needless to say, the more time afforded to the test the better the chances of finding issues.

Can my software be checked for programming errors?

Absolutely. We can provide code review exercises where the code is manually reviewed by one of our testers for coding errors which may or may not yet manifest themselves as bugs on the live system.

Am I required to do a Pen Test?

Most information security standards require a vulnerability management program that should include pentesting. Several regulators also mandate annual pentesting.

Raising standards since 2006.

Kyte Global, with clients in over 65 countries has established itself as a unique company providing a one-stop-shop to all your information security and compliance requirements.

At Kyte Global we attempt to add value in everything we do. Our services have evolved as a result of the growing needs of our clients. Regulations keep getting stricter, compliance requirements keep getting more onerous and clients find themselves spending more time addressing these issues rather than focusing on their business. At the same time, resources with the right knowledge and experience are hard to come by. Kyte Global tries to tackle these issues by providing a one stop shop to all the client’s needs. Kyte Global understands that Compliance is an effective way of ensuring that controls are implemented.

Internally, Kyte Global is organised in teams, each dedicated to a specific service, usually revolving around a specific standard or regulation. Some of these are PCI DSS, ISO 27001, GDPR, Internal Audit, AML, Gaming, Penetration Testing, Training to name a few. Each team is made up of trained professionals, all experts in their own field.

Over the years, Kyte Global has established partnerships with suppliers that develop and implement industry leading solutions so that it can make recommendations to clients who require such services or products. Kyte is proud to have a network of partners that can assist its clients, big or small, in virtually all of the industries it operates in.


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Kyte Global at Seamless Middle East
Wednesday, 22nd May 2024

Kyte Global's team actively participated in Seamless Middle East. The event provided a valuable platform to connect with industry leaders and explore the latest trends in information security and compliance. Kyte Global showcased its expertise in ISO 27001, PCI DSS, and SOC 2 compliance, all crucial for building trust and ensuring secure transactions in the digital sphere. By attending Seamless Middle East, Kyte Global positioned itself as a vital partner in the journey towards a more secure and sustainable digital future.

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Kyte Talks Insights in Information Security and Compliance
Thursday, 16th May 2024

Kyte Global is proud to announce the inauguration of Kyte Talks, a series of formal discussions designed to elucidate the dynamic landscape of information security and compliance. These enriching sessions will convene esteemed industry experts to share their knowledge and address critical issues confronting businesses in today's environment.

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Bridging the Gap How ISO 27001 Compliance Paves the Way for DORA Success
Friday, 22nd March 2024

DORA aims to ensure that financial institutions possess the operational resilience to withstand and recover from disruptions, including cyber attacks. This aligns perfectly with the risk-based approach advocated by ISO 27001, which establishes an Information Security Management System (ISMS) to identify, assess, and mitigate information security risks.

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