We are pleased to announce that Fortbridge is now a CREST accredited Penetration Testing Provider. Our dedicated team has experience in a wide range of industries, having worked previously in top tech companies in the UK/EU & US, focusing on application security and cloud security, both from an offensive as well as defensive perspective.
Fortbridge is a family business, started by two highly skilled brothers with more than 20 years of experience in the security industry working across various sectors. Our team is specialised in application and cloud security, holding the AWS/Azure/GCP security certifications.
Adrian Tiron, co-founder of Fortbridge, added “Security certifications can be a hit and miss sometimes, you have to really know which one to go after. We’ve always been very selective about the certifications we pursued, and we knew that CREST is something we absolutely need to have. We are very happy now that we have achieved this accreditation!”
“We are pleased to welcome Fortbridge as the latest UK company to achieve CREST accreditation,” said Ian Glover, president of CREST. “This family business demonstrates high standards in manual penetration testing, which has been validated through the rigorous CREST accreditation process. Fortbridge is now able to demonstrate that its penetration testing services meet the highest standards, covering business processes, data security and testing methodologies.”
CREST is a not-for-profit accreditation and certification body representing the technical information security industry. CREST provides internationally recognised accreditations for organisations providing technical security services and professional level certifications for individuals providing vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, cyber incident response, threat intelligence and security operations centre (SOC) services. CREST Member companies undergo regular and stringent assessment, whilst CREST certified individuals undertake rigorous examinations to demonstrate the highest levels of knowledge, skill and competence. To ensure currency of knowledge in fast changing technical security environments the certification process is repeated every three years.