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lucy [Organization of Risk & Information Security]
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lucy [Vulnerability management]
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 | Do you regularly perform penetration tests on all systems relevant to your service? | yes | We use various web application vulnerability scanners and OS security auditing tools (Burp Suite, OpenVAS, Lynis, Nessus). Even though we've done our own human-based penetration tests in the past we do not perform human-based penetration assessment on a regular basis. | | Do you regularly perform penetration tests on all systems relevant to your service? | yes | We use various web application vulnerability scanners and OS security auditing tools (Burp Suite, OpenVAS, Lynis, Nessus). Even though we've done our own human-based penetration tests in the past we do not perform human-based penetration assessment on a regular basis. |
 | How often are penetration tests done for the above scope (on average)? | yes | LUCY software is not a classic SaaS Plattform or Software. We do not perform penetration tests on client production instances. We release new Major updates of the software every 1-2 months, the software is mostly distributed as a virtual appliance (VMWare ESXi or Amazon image) and the process of automated penetration testing is tied to the release process - we perform such testing on the final stage of the release lifecycle. The set of application versions and software configurations of the version we are going to roll out exactly corresponds to the state of all systems after they migrate to the new version. For example, we are preparing version 5.0 for release and run penetration tests against it, within a virtual appliance. After all tests passed and all vulnerabilities are closed, we release the update, which is distributed over all existing software installations on different servers. All existing installations switch their state (install all required packages, remove old ones, change configuration,​ etc) to the state of the new version automatically,​ so all vulnerabilities closed on the pre-release stage will be closed on all tenants servers automatically. We never change anything on tenants servers directly. | | How often are penetration tests done for the above scope (on average)? | yes | LUCY software is not a classic SaaS Plattform or Software. We do not perform penetration tests on client production instances. We release new Major updates of the software every 1-2 months, the software is mostly distributed as a virtual appliance (VMWare ESXi or Amazon image) and the process of automated penetration testing is tied to the release process - we perform such testing on the final stage of the release lifecycle. The set of application versions and software configurations of the version we are going to roll out exactly corresponds to the state of all systems after they migrate to the new version. For example, we are preparing version 5.0 for release and run penetration tests against it, within a virtual appliance. After all tests passed and all vulnerabilities are closed, we release the update, which is distributed over all existing software installations on different servers. All existing installations switch their state (install all required packages, remove old ones, change configuration,​ etc) to the state of the new version automatically,​ so all vulnerabilities closed on the pre-release stage will be closed on all tenants servers automatically. We never change anything on tenants servers directly. |
 +| On what standards does LUCY perform Penetration tests? | Yes| OSSTMM https://​www.isecom.org/​OSSTMM.3.pdf |
  
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