You’re probably here because you've either been asked by a third-party to have a penetration test performed or are internally motivated to uncover your unique cyber vulnerabilities or both. If so, you've come to the right place. Keep reading!
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Penetration testing (also known as a pentesting) is the process of performing an intelligent and creative test of your cyber security posture from a malicious outsider or insider's perspective. Commonly known as ethical hacking, penetrations testing allows you to identify and understand the risks you face from those with nefarious intent.
Most organizations pursue penetration testing for at least one or more of the following reasons.
Mistaking a vulnerability assessment or vulnerability scan with a penetration test is a common faux pas. While a vulnerability assessment uses software-based scanning tools to uncover known software vulnerabilities, it does not include a creative, and therefore human, attempt to exploit vulnerabilities in a creative way. While all penetration tests include a vulnerability assessment, they also include a skillful human effort to mimic a malicious attacker.
Because of our extensive security and compliance background, we can prioritize security while easily integrating pentesting into an audit readiness workflow that will save you time and money. We take a unique risk-based approach in both project scoping and continuous monitoring that’s client and efficiency focused. Our ability to do continuous quarterly pentesting within a typical annual budget is a common reason our clients choose us. Our services can be right sized for SOC 2 and other compliance needs and we offer a number of options that will allow us to customize a pentest solution unique to your primary business functions and goals.
We know it’s hard to realize your flaws. But in online security, doing so is vital for your company’s protection, building trust with clients and prospects, and allows you to prepare for key compliance requirements. In the end, knowing where your vulnerabilities lie and how these weaknesses could be exploited is one of the best ways to improve your security program.
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