DX Net Solutions
DX Net Solutions have been providing web design and development services to companies of all sizes since 2006, based in Morpeth, North East England. They’ve worked with hundreds of companies from sole traders and start-ups to major organisations such as Russell Group universities in the UK.
They pride themselves on good, honest advice and solutions and aim to become along-term extension of their clients. They work with talented people, including graphic designers and IT specialists to provide everything their client might need around your digital presence.
The company is still owned and operated by its original founder.
DX Net Solutions had been developing a web-based application as part of a UK based university. As part of this, they were looking for a penetration test to be performed to ensure that it was as secure as possible.
“TeraByte were originally on a shortlist provided to me ahead of a first pen test for a university project. ” Says Simon Wilkinson, Director of DX Net Solutions.
From a penetration testing company, they were looking for a straight-forward, clearly explained guidance; confidentiality; reasonable pricing; willingness to help beyond what might be the basic service where needed;
TeraByte’s penetration testing services are bespoke for each customer. TeraByte work with the customer to understand their requirements before any work is carried out.
“From the first point of contact several years ago now, TeraByte were very easy to deal with from that initial contact through to completion of pen tests and more. The guidance is clear and in cases where it might be complicated, they’re happy to help you further. TeraByte are reliable and trustworthy.”
”Taking on board the results of our first pen test, our second one when that same project was redeveloped from scratch was a major success and even commended by TeraByte! Working with TeraByte was a key part of that successful project. Additionally, our recent certification in Cyber Essentials/IASME was another key success given the work we do and TeraByte were key in helping us achieve it.” Says Simon Wilkinson.