Network Penetration Testing

Network penetration testing is an essential component of cybersecurity. Network penetration testing, also known as pen testing, will reveal gaps and vulnerabilities in your small business network cyber protection system. DIGIGUARD experts will attempt to breach your network safety systems the same way a cybercriminal would. This process is known as “ethical hacking,” and is one of the best ways to reveal weak areas of IT security coverage. Our team of consultants will use a variety of controlled industry testing standards and protocols to simulate an attack. We will exploit existing IT security weaknesses and gaps. This may seem counterintuitive, but penetration testing is an excellent way to know what critical data assets and systems are exposed and vulnerable. Testing provides:

Network Testing

Testing security controls across your network will identify vulnerabilities and help determine risk. Network penetration testing will also validate existing defenses in your system that are working correctly. DIGIGUARD will work with you to understand your specific goals, identify the scope of testing and schedule an appropriate time for testing. We will use a variety of methods, tools and techniques to reveal any weaknesses. Our team of experts will perform comprehensive testing that will include:

Reporting Assessment Results

DIGIGUARD will analyze and gather all test results and assessments. We will prioritize and report on security issues in need of remediation. Vulnerabilities as well as effective strengths will be presented in a comprehensive report that includes:

Remediating and Re-Testing

DIGIGUARD can re-test your network security after vulnerabilities have been addressed and remediated. We will review how new security protections interact with your current systems to identify any new gaps that opened up due to updates. We will re-test affected areas and update our previous assessment to reflect the new current state of your network security. This new assessment can be shared with vendors, regulators and partners to prove that vulnerabilities have been addressed.

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