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  • Writer's pictureSara Flemington

Pen Test: Find the entry points before the hackers do!

Pen testing, short for penetration testing, is a process of simulating a cyberattack on a system, network, or application to identify and exploit vulnerabilities.


hacker with cyberattack

By simulating real-world attacks, pen testing can reveal the weaknesses and vulnerabilities in your security systems and processes. This allows you to prioritize and remediate the most critical issues before they are exploited by malicious actors.

Pen testing can also help you comply with the requirements and best practices of your industry and Australian regulators, demonstrating your commitment to security and privacy.

Pen testing can help organisations assess their security posture, comply with regulations, and prevent data breaches. Pen testing can be performed manually or with automated tools, and can be conducted from different perspectives. . Pen testing typically follows a methodology that consists of planning, scanning, attacking, reporting, and remediation. Pen testing assists us to reach three main goals which are:

  • Detect and prevent potential breaches and data leaks before they cause damage or loss.

  • Comply with industry standards and regulations, such as PCI DSS, HIPAA, GDPR, etc.

  • Improve their security awareness and culture, as well as their incident response and recovery capabilities.

Pen testing is a valuable service that can help your organization achieve multiple goals.

Furthermore, pen testing can enhance your reputation and customer trust, as you show that you take security seriously and proactively address any risks. Finally, pen testing can reduce the costs and damages that could result from a successful breach, such as data loss, downtime, fines, lawsuits, and reputational harm.


Our Pen Test Experts with years of experience and holding international certifications are ready to assist you perform a Penetration testing, either for compliance or marketing purposes.

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