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Penetration testing (aka pentesting) is an offensive security exercise using manual and automated (tooling-based) techniques to design and deploy a controlled attack on an organisations assets.
Don't let the hackers win. Here's how you can identify and stop an unauthorised user on your AWS account.
Cybersecurity jobs are in demand more than ever before – great news for anyone thinking of starting their career in this exciting sector.
How do I digitise my business securely?
Can you reduce the cost of pen testing? We answer that questions and more in our blog.
We sat down with one of our pentesting team – an ex noncommissioned (NCO) officer – to get his take on how veterans can get into a career in cybersecurity.
Deserialization issues are the newest trend in information security. They rose to fame with the infamous Java deserialization bugs, however, the issues are not just limited to one language.
Doing a one-off annual pen test and have complex or multiple web applications? It’s likely you are leaving vulnerabilities unfixed or compromising on the frequency and coverage of pen testing.
Once the Top Five are addressed, testers will be able to dedicate more time during engagements to identifying more nuanced vulnerabilities within the unique context of your environment.
Endpoint Detection and Response helps you protect what matters by fortifying every edge of your network with real-time autonomous protection.
In this customer success story we explore how MDR allowed access to security information and event management without the internal cost of running a SOC in-house.
In this customer success story, we explore the move a SaaS SIEM platform and Managed Detection and Response.
We investigate whether penetration testing can be automated, and discuss how it can complement human-led approaches.
A new way to test as application estates grow.
Safeguard the pace of change. Shift the gears on your security testing.
With an estimated 85%* of organisations expected to embrace a cloud-first principle by 2025, and with new cloud-based vulnerabilities being discovered constantly, securing your cloud environment is no
New vulnerabilities are being found constantly. A 12-month penetration test will find these once a year, but it is possible to identify and fix these bugs immediately with continuous monitoring.
Continuous Security Testing is a new approach that enables penetration testing at scale and at much greater frequency. Thinking continuously provides a cost-effective approach to advanced testing and
A major change to Cyber Essentials is coming and any Cyber Essentials Self-Assessment certifications started after this date will be assessed under the new scheme 'Evendine'.
Thinking about coming on a course? Here we will explain exactly what is involved, why it might be of value to you, how it works in practice, what you need and most importantly, what you get out of it.