Demonstrate and improve your organisation’s ability to defend itself against cyber crime
Think like an attacker to learn how to efficiently guard your organisation’s high-value corporate assets against external or internal threats. Find out which policies, systems or users are vulnerable to being ambushed and which data or network assets (including those of clients or suppliers) are subsequently endangered at your current security posture. Using quantitative results, CSOs can validate suitable security measures across the value chain, while CIOs can sign-off on calculated security investment priorities and showcase their business value to boards. Let the data help you become battle-ready in the fight against cyber crime.
- Understand current security posture strengths and weaknesses
- Establish a standard baseline for security across the value chain
- Test the effectiveness of your organisation’s security policy, incident response times and employees’ security awareness
- Validate and filter specific results of vulnerability scans
- Validate incident response strategies and strategically improve response times
- Maintain business system availability
- Protect your organisation’s (and your clients’) intellectual property
Potential Sources of Data Loss
(Email Phishing Simulation)
(Illegal User Access)
(Security Policy Compliance)
Review your firewall logs frequently, especially after infrastructure deployments or upgrades.
Attackers are testing your defence capabilities daily and they are not guided by a code of ethics. Find the flaws in your security architecture before they do.
The Pen Test Process
Pen Test Success Factors
Define the testing parameters
Choose a test type that balances cost and benefits
Plan and execute the project based on a best-practice methodology
Document the results
Map the findings against the potential risks
Report recommendations to the executive team
The Biggest Sources Of Concern Related To Cyber Attacks
The % of security professionals who find the following categories very or extremely dangerous
Data in the Public Cloud
(E.g. clicking on malicious links in emails or websites)
Source: Cisco 2017 Security Capabilities Benchmark Study as noted in the “Cisco 2017 Annual
Cyber Security Report”, 2017.
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