Overview

QCC delivers comprehensive physical penetration testing services to our Corporate, Government and Private Clients including physical penetration testing, social engineering penetration testing, cyber penetration testing and open source intelligence penetration testing. Physical penetration testing is sometimes also called Red team testing.

QCC physical penetration testing services are followed up with an outstanding report detailing identified vulnerabilities along with relevant recommendations of remediation to ensure security is improved and maximum risk reduction is achieved.

Risk assessments

QCC can conduct a physical penetration testing Risk Assessment (RA) to ascertain the level of risk a Client site is exposed to and provide guidance on the appropriate level and types of physical penetration testing which would be suitable to apply to manage risk down to an acceptable level.

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Threat briefings

QCC delivers physical security / physical penetration testing threat briefings to security managers, facilities managers or executives responsible for the protection of their organisation from the risk of physical attack and unauthorised physical intrusion. Briefings are bespoke to each audience to ensure they achieve a full understanding of the subject matter whether they have a non-technical or non-technical background.

Strategic advice

QCC provides strategic advice on the setting up and running of physical penetration testing schedules for security managers, facilities managers or executives. Advice is risk based and helps ensure the correct levels of physical penetration testing are focused on the right sites and areas. Guidance is provided in non-jargon language to make sure that everyone including non-security staff receive maximum knowledge gain to enable them to make the best decisions for their organisation.

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Physical penetration testing details

QCC physical pen testing is conducted in a strict, structured way and to date QCC has a 100% record for gaining unauthorised access to the Client sites we have tested.

QCC cannot provide details of our methods of testing on our website as this would reduce our testing effectiveness but following each test we provide a full report containing details of the test, methods of testing and vulnerabilities identified with coinciding recommendations of remediation to reduce risk to acceptable levels.

Social engineering penetration testing

At QCC we conduct our physical penetration testing in a very planned way, following procedures and techniques we have developed and perfected over the last 20 years. To date QCC has a 100% record for gaining unauthorised access to every Client site we have physical penetration tested. This clearly demonstrates two things:

1. That physical security vulnerabilities are very common and can be exploited by intruders.

2. That QCC are the ideal company to identify these vulnerabilities and advise on how to remediate them and reduce risk.

We cannot provide full details of the exact techniques we use to conduct our physical penetration testing here on our website because this could reduce the effectiveness of our physical penetration testing. We can however tell you that we use social engineering, technical physical security bypass techniques, open source information analysis and good old 20 years’ experience. Following each physical penetration testing exercise we deliver a full report containing details of the testing, the methods of used and the vulnerabilities identified with coinciding recommendations of remediation to manage risk down to a level which is acceptable to the Client.

If you are interested in using our physical penetration testing services and would like to know more about what is involved in our physical penetration testing please do contact us and we will be happy to explain more about the service than we can share on our website.

Contact us for further advice or view some of our Physical Penetration Testing case studies.