Penetration Testing

Most companies have their own set of cybersecurity tools – like anti-virus software, encryption codes, and vulnerability scanning – but how sure can one be that these tools will be able to protect you in a real attack?

Putting it in basic terms, penetration testing or pentesting involves a simulated real-world attack on a network or application. During the test, vulnerabilities are identified within your organization’s infrastructure and recommendations are made on how best to fix those weaknesses. An internal cybersecurity toolbox may be out-of-date or not bespoke enough to reveal the true image of your security level.