A Proactive Approach
Your business deserves a partner that is willing to seek out weak spots in your network and correct them efficiently. Vulnerability testing is a way to do just that; spot threats and weaknesses in your existing technology and discover ways to improve. Taking this proactive approach ensures that your valuable information is always secure and improves your IT infrastructure.
PCR Business Systems’ penetration and vulnerability tests provide a complete vulnerability analysis so that we can give your business a detailed picture of the flaws that exist in your network and the risks associated with those flaws. This is just one more way that PCR helps to proactively keep your organization fully protected from security incidents and breaches.
Penetration Testing Company: How We Assess Your Technology
A critical first step to cybersecurity is performing an assessment of your current technology. PCR’s team of technical experts use a wide variety of advanced tools to locate security gaps and spot threats in your current environment. Then, to remedy these issues, our team will add new, more effective controls to ensure that your network is secure.
- Vulnerability Scanning: Vulnerability scans are an automated process. Testing tools will scan your web and network access to look for points of exposure. These vulnerability scanners will find and grade any weak spots. Our team takes action and corrects these issues as soon as they are sent to us.
- Penetration Testing: Penetration testing is an active approach. This test is a targeted attack that attempts to exploit an attacker. The purpose of this test is to determine whether the vulnerability is genuine.
For the best, proactive cyber defense and security, it is best to have your environment comprehensively assessed. This is why PCR combines both vulnerability scanning and penetration testing to get a comprehensive assessment of your network. Types of assessments we can perform include:
- Cybersecurity Readiness
- Vulnerability Scanning
- External Penetration Testing
- IT General Control Audits