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Penetration Testing

The Key to an Effective Security Assessment Strategy
A cyber assault or data breach negatively affects the confidence and loyalty of your customers, suppliers and partners. However, if you’re known for strict and systematic security reviews and penetration tests, you will reassure your stakeholders.
Our penetration tests reveal weaknesses in your systems/application configurations and network infrastructure. We’ll identify potential threats to ensure that your operations don’t suffer from unexpected downtime or a loss of accessibility, and will help improve overall security through detailed reports and recommendations.

Trust us to:

Assess security controls and protective measures

Identify exploitable vulnerabilities

Assess incident detection, reporting and response capabilities

Protect critical assets

Ensure regulatory compliance

Develop a prioritized, actionable plan for risk mitigation

Choose us for your Cybersecurity Partner

Vulnerabilities Are Everywhere

A penetration test almost always results in discovering vulnerabilities, evidenced by an industry success rate of 93%. Good security consists of protection, detection and response, and you need all three to protect your organization. Done properly, penetration testing is the lynchpin of a security assessment. But, it’s not a be-all-end-all solution. After we complete a penetration test, you’ll receive a detailed report outlining entry and weakness areas and clear, prioritized steps for mitigating identified weaknesses.

Penetration testing is a solid financial investment for your organization – the burden of safely securing customer and employee data falls squarely on you. Many regulations carry hefty fines for companies that fail to show a duty of care to protect their digital assets.

Why Choose
GreyCastle Security?

At GreyCastle Security, we succeed when you succeed.

The reality of penetration testing is nuanced. It’s a broad term that might mean breaking into a network to demonstrate you can. It might mean trying to break into a network to document vulnerabilities, investigate a remote attack, physically breach a data center or a social engineering attack. It might use commercial or proprietary vulnerability scanning tools or rely on skilled white-hat hackers. It might just evaluate software version numbers and patch levels and make inferences about vulnerabilities. Contact us to understand the differences and your organization’s risk tolerance.

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