What is Pentest

A penetration test (pen test) is an authorized simulated attack performed on a computer system to evaluate its security. Penetration testers use the same tools, techniques, and processes as attackers to find and demonstrate the business impacts of weaknesses in a system. A physical pentest is performed for the purpose of discovering any vulnerabilities and issues in physical assets, such as locks, cameras, sensors, and barriers, that may lead to a breach. For example, a physical pentest can assess whether attackers can gain unauthorized access to a server room.

Data Analysis

Data below been perform on a business with over 750 vulnerabilities which allows a hacker to remotely access servers and workstations alike by injecting malicious code.

  • Identify what the risks are to your critical systems and sensitive data.

  • Identify and organize your data by the weight of the risk associated with it.

  • Take action to mitigate the risks.

A security risk assessment identifies, assesses, and implements key security controls in applications. It also focuses on preventing application security defects and vulnerabilities.