CRYSTAL, GRAY AND BLACK BOX SECURITY TESTS
Crystal, gray and black box security tests differ in the amount of information consultants have in advance. In crystal box tests, they have prior access to all relevant information, while in gray box tests, they have credentials and user documentation. In both cases, they assess how a registered user could abuse the IT environment. With a black box test, consultants have little or no information, making this most similar to an attack by external digital intruders.
During a penetration test, consultants look for cybersecurity weak spots and attempt to exploit them in order to demonstrate the seriousness and consequences of a certain issue.
Gain knowledge of your compliance status, or what you need to do to achieve compliance with relevant standards, regulation and/or requirements, such as IEC 62443, ISO 27001/27002/27031, or the NIST 800-series.
Cyber security incident preparedness
Prepare your organization to tackle incidents before they occur through proactive planning, training and testing of cyber security incident management processes.