The objective of a pen-test is to raise your business’ level of resilience to risks so that you can monitor, control and manage breaches in addition to minimizing their impact on your organization. Businesses can only fix what they know. A good penetration testing vendor partner can help do just that, assessing the security posture of your business by simulating attacks that malicious hackers would otherwise have attempted.
8 things to consider before you choose your Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing vendor
01 – Ensure that information security is aligned with your core business direction
02 – Avoid potential conflict of interest or various biases that internal security teams often have from testing the same application over and over again
03 – Offer consultancy and recommendation to remediate vulnerabilities that are discovered during the
04 – Provide a cost-effective engagement that fits perfectly into your budget
05 – Produce a detailed and clear report with a meaningful C-level summary of the engagement
06 – Overcome limitations to the creativity of the findings, leave no room for areas to be overlooked based on strong biases and produce unpredictable reporting
07 – Use manual testing more than automated tools to lower false positive rates and accurately test and report business logic vulnerabilities
08 – Has highly experienced and superbly trained team members certified by globally accepted credentialing bodies, like EC-Council
If your Cybersecurity Risk Mitigation Strategy is to outsource VAPT to an external vendor, look no further than EGS. We tick the boxes for all the above considerations and a whole lot more with a safety first approach. EGS deploys industry-accepted pen-testing methodologies, the best trained talents certified by EC-Council, our parent body, and not to forget, open and transparent SLAs with clear, written documentation of findings.
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