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Wireless Network Penetration Testing

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Wireless Network Penetration Testing

mission & values

Once a wireless infrastructure has been deployed, organizations should conduct a wireless network penetration testing to identify any gaps in wireless security controls.

 

LGMS wireless network penetration testing uses automated and manual penetration techniques to locate and map authorized and unauthorized wireless access points, review corporate access point configuration, and then locate weakness that could allow an attacker to penetrate those networks. Potential internal and external threats are documented and a recommended action plan is developed to address any security risks.

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Wireless Network Penetration Testing cover activities such as testing the protective measures on WPA / WPA2 / WEP / WPS.

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An actual LGMS wireless site survey report that illustrate wireless signal quality.

Tasks typically wireless network penetration testing tasks include:

  • Low level assessment of wireless network AP configuration in public areas
  • Collection of data transmitted over the wireless network
  • Emulation of a determined attack to assess WEP encryption
  • Full encryption review including execution of WEP key recovery tools
  • Brute force attack and audit on WPS, WPA, WPA2 protection scheme
  • Denial of service attack emulation to assess defensive strategy
  • Rogue Access Point discovery
  • Host based assessment of supporting infrastructure (ACS server, Radius Server, Domain server, etc.)
  • Review of policy and procedures dictating use of wireless devices

Secured Wireless Architecture Design

LGMS wireless network penetration testing team has been at the forefront of the wireless revolution since the emergence of 802.11 wireless standards.

 

LGMS’s wireless solutions practice can assist both organizations that currently use wireless technologies and those that are considering future projects.

 

For existing wireless users, LGMS can enhance your current environment to maximize RF coverage while minimizing channel interference. At the same time, LGMS will make sure that your wireless network is providing the security you need to successfully authenticate users, encrypt data, and block unauthorized access.

Deploying New Wireless Infrastructure?

If your organization is considering the deployment of a wireless network, LGMS can architect a secure wireless network based upon your business requirements and existing security policies.

 

LGMS’s certified and experienced wireless infrastructure engineers will design a wireless solution that incorporates recommendations for software, hardware, and network configurations. We deliver solutions that balance functionality with investment and security with ease of use.

Solid Track Records

Over the year, LGMS wireless network penetration testing team has become important element in help organizations meeting various compliance requirements, such as Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard – PCIDSS.

 

Our wireless network penetration testing engineers regularly work together with major financial institutions to ensure that their wireless infrastructure are penetration tested in order to minimize potential risks exposure and identify vulnerabilities in pro-active manner.