Penetration and security testing identify weaknesses in your ICT security so you can fix them quickly and effectively. They also test your organisation's resilience to a cyberattack.
A penetration test (also known as a pen test) simulates a real hacker attack. You can test your company's data security in several ways.
Identifies information system vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers. The tester is checking whether common vulnerabilities are present in the systems.
Simulates an attack on the information system. The tester acts as a real attacker would.
Analysis of operation
Determines whether your network traffic is showing signs of already being under attack.
It is mandatory for you to perform security tests if your company is one of the organisations that are obliged to do so according to the Act No. 181/2014 Coll. on Cyber Security or if you process personal data in accordance with the GDPR requirements or operate an Information Security Management System or process cardholder data.
In addition to meeting the legislative requirements, testing is beneficial for organisations that outsource information systems or their parts and depend on the security of the services they receive. It is advisable to test your company if you are:
We will gladly explain everything in person and help you choose the best service for your organisation. Our consultant will contact you first and together you will go over your requirements and test specifications. Based on your feedback and your years of experience, we will prepare and present to you the recommended scope and plan of the test and the communication scenario. We will also discuss any other limitations and testing parameters.
The test can be conducted while your company is in full operation or within defined time slots to avoid disruptions. We will keep you updated about the progress and time requirements of each step of the testing process. In the end, we will produce a written report that our consultants will present to you, and provide data that can be incorporated into your analytical tools.
n addition to state administration and self-government, it is useful for:
In addition to meeting the legislative requirements, testing is beneficial for organisations that outsource information systems or their parts and depend on the security of the outsourced services.