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Simulate a real-time cyberattack to discover vulnerabilities threatening your organization's most valuable digital assets.

What is penetration testing?

A penetration test is a simulated cyberattack, authorized by your organization, to assess the current security of your IT systems and data. In order to carry out the test, cybersecurity professionals use specialized tools in order to mimic a real-time attack carried out by a malicious hacker.

Penetration tests give your company a summary of potential attacks that could damage the confidentiality, integrity, or accessibility of your data. If current IT systems and security controls are left unchanged, your data is at risk.

Adopting the practice of regular penetration tests can prevent financial losses and fines, ensure compliance with security laws and regulations, and will address vulnerabilities in both on-site and remote IT infrastructures.

Who needs a penetration test?

Annual penetration tests should be part of any company's comprehensive information security program and they are a requirement for many different industry standards and regulations, such as HIPAA, ISO27001, SOC 2, & PCI-DSS.

Are all penetration tests the same?

There are 3 general types of penetration tests, based on the amount of disclosed information the penetration tester uses to perform the test. Our experienced penetration testers can help you decide with type of test is best suited to your company's needs.

Black Box Testing

  • The penetration tester is not given any access to your company's network and/or applications. The tester will need to do his or her own investigation to uncover the necessary details to perform a cyberattack against your company's network infrastructure and applications.

  • This test best simulates a a true cyberattack, in which the attacker has no prior knowledge about your company's network infrastructure and applications.

Gray Box Testing

  • The penetration tester is given some information or access to your company's network and/or applications. This may be in the form of low-level credentials or network diagrams.

  • This test best simulates an attacker that has already breached the  security perimeter and now has limited internal access to the network or application.

  • Great for assessing insider threats.

White Box Testing

  • The penetration tester is given complete access, with all relevant information disclosed, to all of your company's network systems and applications being tested.

  • This test best simulates an attacker who has gained access to one of your system's high -level accounts, granting the attacker high privileges.

What is a Penetration Test Report?

A penetration test report is the document that is provided to your company once the penetration test has been concluded. It lists all the vulnerabilities discovered during the penetration test . Each vulnerability's impact and severity is detailed, and remediation steps are outlined for resolving the findings. 

Tel-Arm prides itself on our comprehensive reports and availability to assist you in remediating all vulnerabilties.


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