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Utilize Our Expert Offensive Services To Build Better Defenses For Your Business

Our assessment services provide organizations with real-world visibility into threats facing their infrastructure and applications. We use the same tools and techniques as attackers to identify and exploit vulnerabilities. We don’t just tell you that you’re vulnerable, we show you.

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Network Penetration Testing

A real-world test of your network infrastructure, applications, and users using the same approach an attacker would utilize.

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Application Penetration Testing

A vulnerable application puts data at risk and allows attackers to pivot and attack the entire internal enterprise.

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Adversary Emulation

For organizations with mature information security programs that want to improve their organization’s security posture

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Learn More About Penetration Testing Today

Schedule a free consultation to meet with an offensive cybersecurity expert, and learn how to resolve and fortify the weaknesses in your infrastructure so that operations are more secure.

5 Reasons You Need Regular Penetration Testing

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Finds IT system vulnerabilities before the cybercriminals do

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Saves remediation costs and reduces network downtime

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Helps to create stronger defense mechanisms and remediation strategies

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Ensures compliance with leading security standards required by law

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Prevents loss of company reputation and customer loyalty

Penetration Testing: A Critical Step to Protect Against Cyberattacks

According to the latest data breach report by IBM and the Ponemon Institute, the average data breach in 2021 among those surveyed cost $4.24 million – a 10% rise from 2020 findings.

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Meet the Experts

We show our clients how their infrastructure and applications can be breached and what they can do to prevent it. – Jake Reynolds, Director of Offensive Services

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