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Attack Surface Reduction

Network Penetration Test

Test your organization’s resilience and security infrastructure against an advanced attacker in a network penetration test.

What is Network Penetration Testing?

Network penetration testing is an assessment of an organization’s network and their systems that are performed to identify any vulnerabilities within the IT infrastructure. Network penetration testers use the same tactics, tools, and procedures as real-world attackers, to simulate cyber-attacks and identify vulnerabilities in a network.

What is a Network?

A network is a group of computers and devices that are linked together to share information and exchange resources. Network infrastructure in an organization can be made up of servers, workstations, and networking hardware, as well as software applications hosted internally.

Why do we need Network Penetration Testing?

Network penetration testing is needed now, more than ever. Everyday organizations around the globe are having their networks breached, and their data stolen. Network penetration testing allows these vulnerabilities, which real-world attackers are exploiting, to be fixed. These corrections result in a more secure network. Some benefits of network penetration testing include:

  • Compliance. For many industries, it is required for organizations to conduct network penetration tests to comply with certain standards and compliances.
  • Data Protection. Conducting network penetration tests can help secure networks, protecting them from critical vulnerabilities.
  • Test IT infrastructure security. An assessment of a network can test the current security policies in place, to ensure they are following guidelines and are up to date.
  • Maintain trust. If an organization is known for strict security assessments and tests, this can reassure stakeholders or important clients.
Nmap scan of a network showing which ports are open and could potentially be exploited