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Expert Penetration Testing
A common misconception by enterprises is that their existing security tools can cater to their penetration test needs and just training their vendors and employees will ensure reduced risks. However, they miss the value a dedicated penetration tester brings in. As ethical hackers, they create ways to hack the system to show you the risk and create a remediation plan to avoid actual vulnerability.
The primary goal of Penetrating Testing (or pentesting) is to identify weak spots in an organization’s security posture, as well as to measure the compliance of its security policy and test the staff’s awareness of security issues. Ideally, Penetration Testing determines if a hacker were to target your network, application, or users — how successful would they be?
- Network PenTest: Identify weaknesses within network infrastructures, systems, and devices
- Web Application PenTest: Test both the application and the environment around the application to provide a comprehensive risk analysis
- Mobile Application PenTest: Designed to identify and address vulnerabilities in mobile apps that could be exploited by hackers