Signal IT Solutions offers a range of ethical hacking engagements, adhering to numerous frameworks and certifications, such as the NIST framework. With malicious attacks on the rise, penetration tests (pentests) are now crucial. We can help to identify and ethically exploit vulnerabilities, providing full reporting and remediation assistance if required.
Penetration testing is a security process that involves simulating a cyber attack on a computer system, network, or web application in order to identify vulnerabilities and improve the system’s security. Security experts use various tools and techniques, such as automated tools and manual methods, to probe the system and expose weaknesses. The aim of penetration testing is to find and exploit these weaknesses before they can be exploited by a real attacker.
This process is typically performed on a regular basis to ensure that the system remains secure and to identify and fix any new vulnerabilities that may have developed over time. While penetration testing can be an effective way to improve security, it is important to note that it is just one element of a comprehensive security program and should be used in conjunction with other measures such as secure coding practices, network security, and user awareness training.
Free Cybersecurity Risk Assessment
For a limited time only, we are offering a free risk assessment to align your current position against the NIST framework. Simply complete the form and we will contact you to discuss.
Threats are constantly evolving, and a pentest is worth its weight in gold. There are numerous reasons to undertake a test, and its value should not be underestimated.
Benefits of penetration tests
+ Making signification infrastructure changes
+ Adhering to certain standards/maintaining compliance
+ Launching new services
+ Fix vulnerabilities before they are exploited
+ Supply an insight into the network to top-level executives
+ Book a pentest today to better understand your environment. We can help you to understand the types of cyber-attacks that may occur, and how to prevent/mitigate these.
+ Tests often find weaknesses overlooked by internal IT departments, such as potential backdoors and stranded/isolated machines. With the option of both internal and external penetration tests, you can achieve an accurate snapshot of your IT landscape.