Penetration Test Certification

Shireburn's Indigo security and vulnerability tests, conducted and certified by third parties

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Written by Marie Claire Saliba
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Shireburn Software is conscious of its obligations to its clients to ensure the security, confidentiality and availability of the Shireburn Indigo infrastructure. In addition to hosting Shireburn Indigo on the Microsoft Azure Cloud infrastructure, designing security features into the software and ensuring the correct configuration of the environment to assure this security, we periodically rely on 3rd party specialist organisations to undertake independent tests of our systems and infrastructure.

These tests, referred to in the industry as Penetration Tests, consist of reviewing the practices, software and settings and any attempts to circumvent any security provisions in the infrastructure or the application software.  The findings of these tests are reported to Shireburn Software which, if applicable, would modify any appropriate issues prior to a re-test being undertaken.

The most recent Penetration Test of the Shireburn Indigo environment was undertaken by Kyte Consultants Ltd in December 2023. The best practice OSSTMM (Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual), OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project), PCI-DSS NIST and ISACA penetration testing and auditing standards and guidelines were used. Semi-automated and manual techniques were used to evaluate the security of the target systems.

Kyte Consultants Ltd is an established cyber security company with more than 15 years' experience in the field. A certificate of successful testing was issued on 15 December 2023 and is linked below.

Recent Penetration Tests

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