Internal and External Penetration Testing

What is Penetration Testing

Penetration testing is the process of evaluating the critical weaknesses and implementation of security controls for information systems, networks, and applications by simulating real-world attacks. Regular penetration testing is intended to identify weaknesses in security measures and is one component of a comprehensive security program.

Why conduct penetration tests?

Reduce the organizational risk. Penetration testing will identify vulnerabilities and exploits in the Customer's information technology assets.

Test your security effectiveness. Cybersecurity Analysts work with your team to evaluate the effectiveness of your defensive controls.

Prioritize remediation actions based on real-world attack potential.

Analyst services include penetration testing and vulnerability assessment services. Failures of systems rarely happen during expert penetration testing, but it is a possibility. Preparation for these services involves ensuring key information is available to maximize problem discovery, while minimizing any potential impacts from testing against the environment.