Internal & Cloud Penetration Testing



Internal and cloud penetration testing are two types of security testing used to identify vulnerabilities in an organization’s network, systems, and applications.

Internal Penetration Testing is conducted within an organization’s network infrastructure to identify and exploit vulnerabilities that could be exploited by an attacker who has gained access to the internal network. This type of testing simulates an insider threat or a cyberattack that has already breached the perimeter defenses of an organization. The goal of internal penetration testing is to assess the security posture of an organization and identify potential weaknesses before attackers can exploit them.

Cloud Penetration Testing involves testing the security of an organization’s cloud-based infrastructure, including cloud-based applications, databases, and storage systems. This type of testing is essential for organizations that rely on cloud-based services to store and process sensitive data. Cloud penetration testing helps identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by an attacker who has gained access to the cloud infrastructure.

Below∅Day is a company that specializes in conducting penetration testing, including internal and cloud penetration testing. Below∅Day uses a combination of automated tools and manual testing techniques to identify vulnerabilities in an organization’s network, systems, and applications.

Below∅Day’s approach to internal and cloud penetration testing involves the following:

  1. Understanding the client’s business objectives and network infrastructure to tailor the testing scope and methodology.

  2. Conducting a comprehensive vulnerability assessment and penetration testing to identify vulnerabilities in the client’s network, systems, and applications.

  3. Providing a detailed report that includes a prioritized list of vulnerabilities, potential exploits, and remediation recommendations.

  4. Collaborating with the client to develop a remediation plan and provide support during the remediation process.

Below∅Day has a team of experienced security professionals who stay up-to-date with the latest security threats and vulnerabilities. They provide a thorough and accurate assessment of an organization’s security posture and help clients improve their security posture by providing actionable recommendations for remediation. Additionally, Below∅Day’s approach emphasizes communication, collaboration, and transparency with their clients, which helps them to build trust and ensure the success of the engagement.


At Below∅Day, we know what we’re good at and we stick to it – red team services.

Internal & Cloud Penetration Testing

Our testing team will connect (remotely or on-site) to your internal network, simulating an attack as if a malicious actor were inside the network.

External Penetration Testing

Simulated attack acting as a malicious actor from the internet. We will test your external facing sites and services, as a real hacker would.

Web Application Testing

Pre-release and Production web application testing. This test is a complete and comprehensive analysis of your web application, looking for vulnerabilities and weaknesses in both front-end and back-end systems.

Server and Desktop Application Testing

Windows, Linux, or MacOS application testing. Both client and server-side security assessment of pre-production or production applications.

Wireless Penetration Testing

Wireless networks often spread over much larger areas than desired, leaving a greater footprint of your network to be attacked.

Mobile Testing

Mobile application penetration testing is the process of identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities in a mobile application to ensure that it is secure against external attacks.

PCI Penetration Testing

PCI Penetration Testing is a security assessment process that identifies vulnerabilities in a company’s network and systems to ensure compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS).

Industrial Controls Systems Penetration Testing

Industrial control systems penetration testing involves simulating cyber attacks on critical infrastructure to identify vulnerabilities and improve security measures.

Phishing Services

Phishing services simulates attacks on an organization’s employees to assess their susceptibility to phishing attempts and identify potential security weaknesses.