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Security Audit Systems was formed to provide a high standard of professional security services. All of our services have gone through extensive tests to ensure compliance has been met within the security best practices from industry sources such as SANS Institute, NIST & Center for Internet Security.

Why Security Audit Systems?

Security Audit Systems is one of the top UK penetration testing companies in the industry of IT Security. We are a website security company who have tested thousands of high profile brands over the last few years, and have built a team of highly trained and experienced computer security analysts to ensure each client gets an in-depth security vulnerability assessment of their systems. Security Audit Systems only use the very best security consultants who are passionate about IT Security, highly qualified (OSCP/CREST/CEH/S+ Certified) and creative when it comes to finding network vulnerabilities. We are proud to have developed many of our own penetration testing tools in-house, which gives us a leading edge in new ‘zeroday’ exploit disclosure.

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Our primary goal is to raise your confidence levels, knowing that your assets have been tested by one of the UK’s leading website security companies, and therefore fundamentally improving your data confidentiality, integrity and availability. Security Audit Systems are committed to further Education. Please read our Cyber Security Challenge page if you are interested in network security and would like to learn the skills required to work here.

Registered Memberships and Partners:

OWASP - Open Web Applications Security Project
ISSA UK - Information Systems Security Association UK
NIST - Computer Security Division of NIST
UKITA - UK Information Technology Association
ISF - Information Security Forum
ISACA - Information Security Audit & Control Association

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