"If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained, you will also suffer a defeat."
Sun Tzu, Art of War

WHAT?

Penetration Testing is the process of testing the organization's environment (network, services and applications) for possible loopholes and vulnerabilities that can be used by criminals to harm your business.

Some attestation engagements, such as PCI DSS certification require regular penetration testing in order to achieve and maintain compliance.

WHY?

Penetration Testing is required because it helps you determine the flaws related to hardware and software system design and operation, and quite importantly, personnel readiness.

Early identification helps protect the network. If the vulnerabilities aren't identified early, then they become an easy intrusion point for the attacker. It is important to comprehend how malicious hackers exploit systems and how deep they can reach.

It is the duty of system administrators and network security professionals to guard their infrastructure against exploits by knowing the enemy - seeking to use the same infrastructure for illegal activities.

WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO HAVE PENETRATION TESTING PERFORMED?

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Based on your answers we will give you a free quote and what needs to be done in order to have proper penetration testing conducted.

Based on your answers we will give you a free quote and what needs to be done in order to have proper penetration testing conducted.

TALK TO US

The penetration testing team of Seven Security Group consists of professionals holding major industry certificates (OSCP, CISSP, CEH). All tests are designed and performed to target your organization's specifics and to adequately satisfy any compliance requirements you may be after.

We will provide flexible, tailored and cost-effective pricing with a maximized value-for-money approach.

The result of testing is a comprehensive report, which includes:

  • Testing methodology;
  • Detailed vulnerability descriptions;
  • Individual vulnerability risk level classification;
  • Validation method, steps and evidence;
  • Recommended mitigation actions.