A network penetration test is done by cybersecurity professionals to exploit vulnerabilities in your environment and reveal to your organization the possibility of how an intrusion from adversaries might occur. Cybersecurity attacks happen, and it is vital to pinpoint the security gaps prior to an attack.
SpearTip can perform several types of penetration tests to examine the limits of your cybersecurity and network. Different testing can focus on operation systems, network devices and web applications. Further, the testing can take different perspectives from a threat actor with no access to the environment or one that starts inside the network. These overlapping approaches help identify all relevant vulnerabilities within an environment.
Once we are done, your organization will know exactly where the vulnerabilities exist and what to do to remediate them. It’s an important piece of the cybersecurity risk assessment process and should be done regularly to ensure the safety of your organization.
SpearTip’s assessment practice goes beyond just automated scanning to provide a true picture of your organization’s risk posture. When vulnerabilities are discovered through cybersecurity penetration testing, actionable intelligence is provided along with clear remediation steps. SpearTip takes extra effort to validate important findings and reduce false positives. This provides your organization with accurate findings, as well as the high-level executive information required by leadership and the in-depth data required for technical personnel working to eliminate risks from the environment.
SpearTip provides access to the industry’s only team of cyber counterintelligence professionals available to the private sector. From assessing the nations critical infrastructure to finding vulnerabilities in a local bank’s teller workstation, SpearTip’s assessment practice has a breadth of experience that is truly unmatched. These engagements have been designed to provide your organization with an assessment of the environments from several different attack venues. The engagement will simulate a bad actor’s attempt to compromise your environment. From this perspective, your organization can test current security controls and identify risks previously unknown to the organization.
There are several types of penetration tests that can be performed based on your organization’s needs. Each is designed to address specific threats and risks, allowing you to select the option(s) that integrate well with your overall cyber risk management strategy. A penetration test aims to provide your organization with a detailed technical roadmap of findings and remediation recommendations. The recommendations will enable you to harden your security posture, better positioning you and your organization against external adversaries.
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