Why Should You Perform Pen Testing?

Penetration testing or pen testing is the practice of examining a computer system, network or Web application to find vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit. Statistically, most companies will be or already are compromised by individuals within the organization or by external attackers. The number of entry points into corporate networks is always increasing due to the extensive use of evolving technologies. Many organizations are required to perform pen testing at least annually as part of being compliant with industry’s mandates.  Compliance doesn’t mean secure, and even a 100% compliant organization may still be vulnerable in the real world against a skilled human threat agent.

The assets within a company’s network should be tested on a regular basis utilizing real-world scenarios that emulate the actions of an external and internal attacker.

An Expert Penetration Testing Company

CIPHER is a penetration testing company that has performed pen testing for over 15 years. Our team of ethical hackers are experienced and trained in the latest tools and advanced techniques utilized by attackers that compromise networks, systems, and applications to access to sensitive data and critical resources. The results of every penetration test completed by CIPHER includes a detailed, actionable report on the systems and network identified, exploitation results, tactical and strategic recommendations. CIPHER effectively emulates sophisticated attack scenarios that affect any organization.

Highly skilled team

Over fifteen years of experience in conducting thousands of pentests.  Few penetration testing companies have the breadth of tools, depth, and global experience that CIPHER has to offer.

CIPHER Intelligence Research

Our ethical hackers use a best-in-class laboratory for conducting vulnerability, malware, and cyber-attack analysis in their pen testing.

Real ethical hackers

Ethical Hackers with diverse security backgrounds and deep experience immolating real-world white hat attacks.