Penetration Testing

How It Works

Targeted testing of your IT systems incorporating internal, external, application and network level attack methods

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Penetration Tester

Your first port of call to establish cyber due diligence

The threat landscape continues to evolve in frequently unpredictable ways, so you have to be alert to moving with the changes this introduces. Regular penetration testing is an important process to start and maintain on a regular basis in order to manage and mitigate the risks and vulnerabilities your IT may be exposed to. IT environments rarely stand still so your testing schedules shouldn’t either. Our Penetration Testing also forms a necessary requirement of a number of security standards including ISO27001 and PCI DSS.

For many organisations, the Penetration Test is the go-to first engagement when working towards the improvement of the cyber resilience of the company’s network and internet-facing applications and for good reason.

It provides a low-cost entry point and uncovers relevant risks and vulnerabilities that may cause issue if they remain unaddressed.

With practical, actionable recommendations set-out in plain English our Penetration Testers are on-hand to walk you through the findings and remediation step.

Utilising the Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES) we go through 6 stages of testing to ensure we drill down into your systems to find the vulnerabilities, risks and exploits that exist.

The reports can also, where requested, include Spear Phishing campaigns to form a useful weapon in the arsenal of your defences surrounding user education and awareness.

Each report highlights and details the risk ratings ascribed to each exploit discovered and also assesses how to protect against historical breach data being actively used against you.

This is all presented in a no-nonsense, straightforward manner for action. Our Penetration Testing team are always on hand to offer further guidance and advice.

Penetration Testing Reports

While no two reports are the same, typically the table of contents would include:

  • Risk Ratings 
  • Security architecture review
  • Summary of Penetration Testing findings 
  • External assessment scope and findings 
  • Internal assessment scope and findings
  • Recommendations and remedial step

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