The headlines are scary.
Data breaches cost more than ever, and they are happening more frequently.
It's not for lack of spending. U.S. companies spent $60 billion on cybersecurity in 2017, and are on track to spend $66 billion in 2018. We are buying firewalls, intrusion detection systems, static analysis, antivirus, even next-gen antivirus (oh my!).
Why does it feel like defensive spending is never enough?
Look through the eyes of a hacker.
Penetration testers use the tools and techniques of a hacker to provide you a unique view of your organization.
Modern cybersecurity products are highly automated and provide broad protection against a wide range of threats, but they are far from perfect. While defenders worry about securing a massive number of devices and services, your adversaries have laser-like focus on the handful of most vulnerable devices.
Like a real adversary, our pen testers draw upon a deep understanding of security and follow their instincts to probe the most serious weaknesses in your infrastructure. By emulating adversarial tactics, we demonstrate how minor security issues can be combined to lead to a full-blown compromise.