What is Penetration Testing?
What isPenetration (White Hat) Testing?
This is like hiring a bank to break into a building and enter a vault, dressed as a robber. If the "robbery" is successful and the bank or vault is broken into, the bank will be given the information it needs to strengthen its security measures.
Who usually runs the penetration tests?
Why is penetration testing important?
Penetration testing provides an excellent view of an organisation's current security posture. The results of a penetration test can help business owners better understand their level of exposure, identify weaknesses in their IT systems and provide details to correct vulnerabilities that emerge from pen testing. By conducting a network penetration test, you can make yourself less vulnerable to malicious attacks from hackers that could cripple your business and cause costly downtime.
How is a typical penetration test carried out?
What happens immediately after a penetration test?
Once the penetration test is complete, Ethical Hacking shares its findings with the target company's security team. It then uses this information to implement security upgrades to cover the vulnerabilities found during the test. These upgrades can include rate limiting, new WAF rules, DDoS, and stricter form validation and cleanup.
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