Penetration Testing at Grove Technologies

What is a penetration test and why do you need it?

Penetration testing (or pen testing) is a method to delve into your IT environment and identify how a hacker can exploit the exposed vulnerabilities.

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We can identify high areas of risk in organizational assets and endpoints, identity flaws and potential damage impact to endpoints.

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The Benefits of
Regular Penetration Testing.

The penetration testing process helps you discover blind spots that hackers can use to breach your cybersecurity framework.

Not only does it help you to improve your security posture, but it also allows you to prioritize the vulnerabilities based on the possible risks associated with them.

Furthermore, it ensures that your testing framework measures with those required by different compliances.*

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Pen testing involves examining all your possible attack surfaces before a real cyberattack. It's imperative to have it in continuous cycles as it shields your security framework from becoming a costly liability.

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Why do you need Penetration Testing
In your Environment?

Pen testing involves examining all your possible attack surfaces before a real cyberattack.

It's imperative to have it in continuous cycles as it shields your security framework from becoming a costly liability.

You might have come across a popular saying: the best defense is a good offense; pen-testing complements it in the cybersecurity landscape.*

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Code Scanning

Network Scanning

Cloud Scanning

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Helps you comply with security regulations

With data security being a prevalent concern, you must adhere to the security standards such as PCI, HIPAA, GDPR, ISO 27001, and others while serving end-users in their scope. The governing authorities expect you to conduct audits regularly to ensure compliance, and in case of non-compliance, you would be liable to pay hefty fines.

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