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A Network Security Penetration Test evaluates the effectiveness of your network security by simulating an exterior attack from a hacker. The aim will be to gain unauthorised access to the network and devices deployed within. Effective penetration testing shows if and how this can be achieved given the current security defences. We use a four stage testing method meeting specific objectives along the way.
The key to penetration testing is to clearly identify the testing objective before starting. If you are testing to ensure that unauthorised access to your network cannot be achieved for instance, this objective should be clearly stated in the scope and addressed in the report of findings. Discuss your testing objective with our Factory Foreman.
To understand if and how a hacker could break into your network. Conducting regular routine testing will continue to verify your website security and confirm that you can identify and stop unauthorised access to prevent security incidents.
It is also globally recognised as “best practice” and commonly demonstrates due diligence for compliance to most governance risk and compliance legislation, regulation and standard frameworks.
You should test your network at least annually and after any major changes to your systems.
We just need the number and designation of the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses associated with your network. If you don’t know the addresses, don’t panic our Factory Foreman can help you.
Also, don’t forget to specify the exact number of tests you’d like to purchase when getting your quote. Our Factory Foreman will call you to schedule each test purchased. You can, for example, purchase multiple tests (for better value) and get them delivered over time when you need them to match your ongoing business requirements.
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