Penetration Testing


What is penetration testing?

Penetration testing, also known as a pen test or PT in short, is a simulated cyber attack conducted by ethical hackers or qualified security professionals to identify and exploit vulnerabilities in an organisation’s IT systems, applications, networks, and infrastructure.

For organisations that must comply with various data protection regimes and financial regulations worldwide, a penetration test plays a critical role in assessing the effectiveness of their security controls and defenses.

Risk Assessment

By simulating real-world attacks, pen tests provide a realistic assessment of your organisation’s risk exposure, enabling them to prioritize and address vulnerabilities based on their potential impact.

Compliance Validation

Many data protection regulations and financial standards, such as GDPR, PCI DSS, HIPAA, and SOX, require organisations to regularly test their security controls and demonstrate their effectiveness. Pen tests help your organisation meet these compliance requirements.

Security Posture Evaluation

Pen tests evaluate the overall effectiveness of your organisation’s security controls, including firewalls, intrusion detection/prevention systems, access controls, and incident response capabilities.

Security Awareness

Results of pen tests can be used to educate and train employees on identifying and responding to potential cyber threats, improving your organisation’s overall security awareness.

Types of Penetration Tests


Large Language Models


App Programming Interface

Network (Wired)

Radio Frequency

Network (Wireless)


Internet of Things

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