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Frequently Asked Questions
1. What does a penetration tester do?
The responsibility of a penetration tester is to conduct penetration tests on computer systems, networks and applications to identify vulnerability and schedule simulation strategies to evaluate the long-term performance of cybersecurity solutions. They document and discuss the weaknesses and opportunities to scale your security infrastructure.
2. What is Penetration Testing as a service?
Penetration Testing as a Service (PTaaS) gives users the ability to address on-demand pentesting services in an agile format. It also stores and monitors penetration testing programs on cloud-based software, enabling engineers to customize the process to meet each user’s needs. It encourages continuous improvement and automatically produces reports.
3. How much do pen testing services cost?
The penetration testing cost depends on various variables such as scope, objectives, nature of the project, timeline, methodology, tech stack, constraints, and more. These factors directly impact the calculation of how much your penetration testing services will cost.
4. Why should I hire a penetration tester?
The objective of hiring a penetration tester is to assist you in finding out where your enterprise infrastructure is more likely to face a cyberattack and proactively mitigate those weaknesses before a hacker exploits them.
5. Can penetration testing be done remotely?
Remote penetration testing offers higher speed and flexibility as it only requires IP range, URL, and remote access. However, it is not always the case. Physical access to the enterprise network is needed and only possible from within the organization.