Network Penetration Testing
Why Pivot Point?
Our team of certified network security professionals have been protecting organizations from cyber-attacks since 2001. Our experienced testers identify specific weaknesses in an organization’s network by safely attempting to discover and exploit vulnerabilities. We find the “leaks” in your system before damage occurs. Whether you have never performed a pen test or are searching for a new partner, our proven process allows us to confidently assure you your network is safe from unethical intrusions.
To deliver the best possible result, Pivot Point Security performs CREST-approved penetration testing methods. CREST is an internationally-recognized, non-profit organization that provides accreditation to security organizations who employ industry best practices. Working with a CREST-accredited organization means you’re working with the industry’s best.
Our Penetration Testing Methodology:
We employ a proven process which will be tailored to fit your company’s specific needs.
This process involves deeply understanding your current systems, exploiting vulnerabilities within those systems, and providing solutions to remediate your weak spots.
What You Get:
Our penetration testing process will generate a detailed assessment of your company’s network security strengths and weaknesses, as well as action items to guide you through the remediation process.
To see an example of this assessment, view our Sample Penetration Testing Report.
Penetration Testing Benefits:
– Identify network security gaps for your IT department to focus on.
– Develop measures to protect your company’s sensitive information.
– Provide assurance to your clients, vendors, and internal stakeholders.
– Satisfy contractual or regulatory network security requirements.
Our security experts are ready to recommend solutions tailored to your company’s needs.
Tell us about yourself, and we’ll prepare a comprehensive game plan to address your network security concerns in the most efficient way possible.
Contact Pivot Point to get started: