For most organizations, conducting a regular penetration testing (or ‘ethical hacking’) exercise has become a common project – not only to evaluate their cybersecurity defenses, but also to remain proactive against maintaining these defenses effectively.
We’ve gathered some of the most commonly-used best practices to help you pick a penetration testing vendor you can trust!
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This checklist was developed to provide guidance to IT and security professionals such as IT Directors, IT Managers, CISOs or CTOs when
choosing a penetration testing company.
During your evaluation process for a penetration testing vendor, you may want to consider several elements, including:
What are the objectives of your pentest?
What type of pentest do you need (web application, mobile, infrastructure, etc.)?
What is your timeline?
Does your vendor have credible references?
Does your vendor have valid liability insurance?
Have you seen sample reports?
What methodology is used?
What is the expertise and experience of the ethical hackers?
Has the pentest vendor performed projects similar to yours?
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