Internal Penetration Testing
- 1 hr1 hour
- Free ConsultationFree Consultation
- The Bridge Street
An internal penetration test, by contrast, simulates the actions either a hacker or malicious actor might take to gain access to a network or the actions of a disgruntled employee with access that he or she is looking to escalate. The end target is ultimately the same as an external penetration test (above), but the starting point assumes a degree of network access already. Why perform an internal pen test? An internal network penetration test is typically performed from the perspective of both an authenticated and non-authenticated user to ensure that the network is critically assessed for both the potential exploit of a rogue internal user, and an unauthorized attack. Naturally, with GDPR in mind, you will also be checking the potential for users to access and leak any confidential, sensitive or personally identifiable information (PII).
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