A penetration test, also known as a pentest, identifies vulnerabilities on your internal or external IT infrastructure by using automated tools and mostly manual testing. The goal is to discover and to exploit as many attack vectors as possible to ultimately elevate our privileges as much as possible. A penetration test gives you results that a vulnerability assessment scan will never be able to identify.

Are you ahead of the bad guys?

Cyber security is getting more and more complex. Cyber criminals are constantly playing cat and mouse with cyber security experts.  Ardent relentlessly researches bleeding edge techniques, tactics and procedures (TTPs) used by threat actors and criminals around the world and in the deep and dark web. For each new attack, there is a defense, and we are here to help you keep your defenses up.  

Is your internal network safe from insider threats?

The increase of home workers since 2020 has brought up to light staggering cyber security deficiencies across all kind of organizations. Working remotely from home is crucial nowadays, but it should be done securely.   

An internal infrastructure penetration test identifies vulnerabilities in your internal corporate network. During an internal pentest, we simulate what a compromised or malicious user can do on your internal network. This can be done on-premise or remotely via your VPN. Your VPN security should also be tested.

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