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Cybersecurity penetration testing is a simulated cyber-attack that is performed on a computer network, application, or system to identify vulnerabilities and assess the security of the network.
The approach and methodology behind a penetration test is very different to that used for a vulnerability assessment.
Penetration testing is performed using various techniques, such as exploiting known vulnerabilities, social engineering, and attempting to bypass security controls, to try to gain unauthorised access to sensitive data and systems.
The goal of penetration testing is to identify security weaknesses and assess the effectiveness of existing security measures before a real attack occurs. By discovering and fixing vulnerabilities, organisations can reduce their risk of a successful cyber-attack and improve the overall security of their networks.
Penetration testing can be performed on various levels, including internal and external testing, web application testing, mobile application testing, and black-box, white-box or grey-box assessment.
Our testing methodology aligns with current industry guidelines and best practices. The team at Cube Cyber can help you understand your business requirements and which testing approach will address your needs.