What is Internal Penetration Testing?
It is a type of network penetration testing designed to identify and fix vulnerabilities within internal network infrastructures, consequently, by replicating the same techniques used by malicious business partners or disgruntled employees attempting to breach your network testing from within.
However, it is highly recommended to conduct an internal pentest at least once a year or following any major changes to the infrastructure to stay on top of the latest hacking methods for penetration.
What We Test in Your Internal Network
Meanwhile, Organizations focus most of their efforts on securing their external networks, leaving their internal cybersecurity vulnerable to various threats. As a result, to maximize the identified vulnerabilities, our internal penetration testing focuses on, but is not limited to the following:
We Guide You Through Each Step of The Process
If your organization has not gone through network penetration testing before, you may not know what to expect. Even if you have, certainly, you are wondering what Vumetric’ stages of testing are. Here is a high-level breakdown of each step of our proven process:
Duration: ~ 1-2 days
Activities: We learn about your specific needs and objectives.
Outcome: Business proposal, signed contract.
Duration: ~ 1 hour
Activities: We review the scope of work, discuss requirements and planning.
Outcome: Scope validation, test planning.
Duration: ~ 2-3 weeks
Activities: We execute the test in accordance with the project scope.
Outcome: Detailed penetration test report, presentation.
Duration: Up to 1 month
Activities: We test and validate vulnerability fixes.
Outcome: Remediation report, attestation.
Benefits of Testing Your Internal Network
In addition to finding and fixing vulnerabilities, internal pen testing can also help organizations to understand their cyber security risks, assess the effectiveness of their current defenses, and make more informed decisions about where to allocate their resources.
Test Your Internal Network Remotely
DID YOU KNOW?
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