Cyber criminals have plagued a large amount of organizations to date and while organizations had security technologies in place, the effectiveness of those technologies were not measured. The Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking services measures your defenses toward multiple malware, brute force attacks, social engineering and other creative measures to ensure your investments are protected.
A vulnerability assessment simply identifies and reports noted vulnerabilities, whereas a penetration test attempts to exploit the vulnerabilities to determine whether unauthorized access or other malicious activity is possible.
Penetration testing should include network and application layer testing as well as controls and processes around the networks and applications, and should occur from both outside the network trying to come in (external testing) and from inside the network. Do not wait for a vulnerability to be exposed, contact a Polybian expert.
Ethical Testing should be performed atleast annually throughout the lifetime of a business. For organizations that aspire to adjust their strategies with common threats and ensure they comply with compliance should perform this assessment quarterly or semi-annually.
While testing is paramount, organizations should loook to remediate risks on the report and not place the contents of the report in an unused binder.
Hackers are not created equally. There are two types of hackers, white hat and black hat hackers. Black hat hackers are the nefarioous individuals that intend to do your organization harm, steal your data and divert your financial appropiations.
White hat hackers attenpt to breach your network in order to report on all deficiencies for you to improve your cyber defenses. The objective is to keep black hat hackers out and white hat hackers in, contact us!
- Experienced Ethical Hackers
- Advanced Intrusion Tactics
- Social Engineering planning
- Brute Force Attacks & Advanced Exploits
- Quality metrics
What is a Penetration Test?
When should I perform a test?
White Hat or Black Hat hacker?
Regulatory fines can get to be very complex when equating risks to dollars. At times, the total cost for a breach might exceed to what the business is worth. Regulators mandate that fines are received 30 days after their initial report.
Performing this level of pro-active breach detection is a task that all firms should follow. Having an understanding of where the weak points are in your firm is paramount in building adequate defenses.
It is time to protect your business and the identities of your customers, contact Knox!
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