Dynamic Penetration Testing, delivered by Teceze, brings together he advantages of Manual Penetration Testing and Automated Vulnerability scanning. This removes the negative aspect of both and then adds in remediation management on top to enhance its effectiveness. This constant, dynamic service delivers captivating perimeter monitoring through our Continuous Testing Services.
Our Dynamic Penetration Testing (DPT) Service provides a solution to all security shortfalls, through providing companies with regular updates on their security status. The advanced software interface combines multiple strands of security information and displays it through the portal that is intuitive and accessible. DPT gives our clients clarity and a perspective on all risks that are linked to all vulnerabilities that have been identified individually, collectively or explicitly to a host data set or system.
The Risk Profiling Algorithm from Teceze works alongside the customer focused risk factors and industry-related information as well as the Teceze Cyber Intelligence Network, we can recognise and prioritise where our client’s resources should be used in order to reduce the risks. Therefore, organisations will benefit from a regular assurance that their networks are safe and secure.
Common Issues solved by Dynamic Penetration Testing
-Repeat annual issues and vulnerabilities
-The reappearance of issues on an annual basis
– A clear disconnection between the Application and Server team
– Too many issues are identified in reports and too much time is spent focusing on low-level risks instead of focusing on the root cause.
-Test scans do not completely replicate the way in which hackers would behave
– An objective view is delivered through reports of the risks, value of data and assets. It is not focused on the view of the client and is instead Pen Tester Centric
– Resources are not used in an efficient manner
– Vulnerabilities are not grouped or categorised and so, only individual vulnerabilities are reported on
– Issues take 12 months to solve
– The landscape is constantly changing such as vulnerabilities, apps, IP ranges and the network
– The overall risk is not reported
– Risk is related to a negative occurrence and not a technical issue