Based on NIST penetration test standards NIST 800-171, 3.11.2 and 3.11.3.
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The importance of penetration testing in today's digital world
As our lives move ever more online, ensuring our digital systems are secure is becoming increasingly essential. One way to do this is through penetration testing, or "ethical hacking." Our DarkBox Security Systems Penetration Testing involves simulating attacks on a system to find vulnerabilities that malicious actors could exploit.
Many businesses do not realize they need penetration testing until it is too late. They may think their anti-virus software is enough or their systems are too small to be worth hacking. But the truth is, any system can be hacked, and even a minor breach can have devastating consequences.
To ensure your digital systems are secure, penetration testing is essential. It is the best way to find and fix vulnerabilities before they can be exploited. And in today's digital world, that's more important than ever.
Why your company needs DarkBox Security Systems Penetration Testing
Our customized penetration testing can help you find and fix vulnerabilities before attackers exploit them. Doing so can help prevent data breaches, malware infections, and other security incidents.
DarkBox Security Systems' Penetration Testing is an integral part of a comprehensive security program, and we can help you identify weaknesses in your system and ensure that your security controls are effective. Doing so can help protect your company's data and reputation.
Penetration testing - From a hacker's perspective
The objective of our penetration testing is to find vulnerabilities that attackers could exploit. We conduct our testing from a hacker's perspective.
Typically, our penetration tests are divided into two categories: black box and white box. Black box testing is conducted without any knowledge of the system or premises being tested. White box testing is conducted with full knowledge of the system's or premise internals.
Our penetration tests can also be divided into two main types: external and internal. External tests are conducted from outside the network, while internal tests are conducted from within the network. Penetration tests can be done using a variety of tools and techniques. Some of the more common penetration testing methods include network scanning, vulnerability scanning, social engineering, physical access, and password cracking.
Penetration testing is an essential tool for any organization that relies on technology to conduct business. By identifying vulnerabilities in systems, our DarkBox Security Systems Penetration Testing can help organizations prevent or mitigate the impact of cyber attacks.
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