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5 Advantages of Penetration Testing

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Penetration testers try to exploit identified vulnerabilities. That means you see what an attacker could do in the ‘real world’. They might access sensitive data and execute operating system commands.

Protects Company Image and Reputation

You build an excellent company reputation and public reputation after years of consistency, hard work, and a lot of investment. However, all your hard work can change overnight due to a single security breach.

Test your cyber-defence capability

You should be able to detect attacks and respond adequately and on time. Once you detect an intrusion, you should start investigations, discover the intruders and block them. Whether they are malicious, or experts testing the effectiveness of your protection strategy. The feedback from the test will tell you if – but more likely what – actions can be taken to improve your defense.

Follow regulations and certifications

Your industry and legal compliance requirements may dictate a certain level of penetration testing. Think about the ISO 27001 standard or PCI regulations, which require all managers and system owners to conduct regular penetration tests and security reviews, with skilled testers. That is because penetration testing focuses on real-life consequences.

Have a third party expert opinion

When an issue is identified by someone within your organization, your management may not be inclined to react or act. A report from a third-party expert often has a bigger impact on your management, and it may lead to the allocation of additional funds.

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