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Penetration Testing

Penetration testing, also known as pen-testing, is a method in which a cyber-security expert attempts to evaluate the security of an organization’s IT infrastructure by attacking, identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities that may be present. The aim is to identify any weak points in the system before a real attacker could exploit them.

Pen-testing is performed using automated or manual techniques to determine areas of potential exposure by systematically compromising network and mobile devices. After a successful pen-test the results can be analyzed and remediation methods can be evaluated.

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What We Offer

TCG Penetration Testing service is designed to provide a comprehensive assessment of your information security posture. We review your infrastructure to understand what devices and applications may leave your network vulnerable to exploitation by real hackers.

We have developed testing techniques which can identify the location of vulnerabilities that may be present in your environment, test them and provide remediation advice. Scenarios of successful attacks are described in detail as well. Our recommendations are presented in the business context to ensure that both technical and managerial audiences can understand the impact and the remediation to be applied. We deliver SAST and DAST services for source code review in addition to application penetration testing.

We deliver internal and external penetration testing services for the following:

Benefits of Penetration Testing

Pen-testing evaluates the degree to which an organization is able to protect its network, applications and users. Some of the advantages include:

  • Identifying potential risks
  • Effectively managing vulnerabilities
  • Discovering security strengths
  • Ensuring business continuity
  • Help meet regulatory requirements
  • Maintaining trust

 

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