Getting hacked is a real fear for organizations everywhere, and while there is no way to be 100 percent safe, there are measures you can take to make sure you’re well protected. In our white paper, we explain how penetration testing will prepare you for any cyberattack coming your way.
Overseeing cybersecurity is a daunting task. While the role is maturing across multiple industries, it heavily relies on internal teams such as audit, technology and risk. Meanwhile, the media seems to focus on which organization was hacked and how which is a public relations nightmare for any business.
As a chief information security officer (CISO), you may continuously have these thoughts running through your mind: “If we have a breach, I’ll lose my job. We’ll end up all over the news. I think I’m doing enough, but am I? It doesn’t matter how much we spend. It doesn’t matter how many devices we buy. We can still get hacked. I can’t seem to get peace of mind about whether we’re secure enough.”
In today’s digital age, cybersecurity is a top priority for organizations of all sizes and their CISOs. With the increased frequency and sophistication of cyberattacks, it’s no longer enough to rely on basic security measures. Organizations must take proactive steps to ensure the safety of their networks and data.
One of the most common methods companies use to assess and test their network security is through penetration testing. These tests involve hiring third-party vendors to simulate a cyberattack and identify vulnerabilities within the system.
Many organizations opt for limited scope or reduced investment options when it comes to penetration testing, which can leave them vulnerable. To manage network security risk in the most effective way possible, organizations need to do more than a basic penetration test.
In our white paper, we break down the process of conducting a mature assessment and penetration test. We provide guidance about what to look for during the testing process and how to raise the bar to maximize your cybersecurity program. By following our guidelines, you can learn how to take proactive measures to secure your network and avoid falling victim to cyberattacks.
We also include a case study to demonstrate how penetration testing can impact your business. This case study shows how a comprehensive penetration test identified vulnerabilities in an organization’s wireless network.
Don’t settle for temporary peace of mind – take the necessary steps to ensure the safety of your organization’s networks and data.