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Approach suitable for most business types, budget-wise oriented looking for a 180-degree cybersecurity assurance.
Features include:
  • Custom Reporting
  • Top Talent Resource
  • Free Retesting
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Approach suitable for all-around business types, from startups to small until growing or mature, looking for a 240-degree cybersecurity assurance.
Features include:
  • Custom Advanced Reporting
  • Top Talent Resource(s)
  • Realtime Collaboration
  • Free Retesting
  • Virtual Coin Ready
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Approach suitable for all-around business types, from startups to small until growing or mature, looking for a 360-degree cybersecurity assurance.
Features include:
  • Custom Advanced Reporting
  • Top Talent Resource(s)
  • Realtime Collaboration
  • Free Retesting
  • Free Add-ons
  • Virtual Coin Ready
  • Discounted price
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a "Virtual Coin"?

    "Virtual Coins" exhibit properties similar to other currencies but do not have a physical form as banknotes. Not having a physical form allows for tremendous consuming flexibility, providing a client with unlimited usage options.

  • Can I prepay for "Virtual Coins"?

    Yes. Actually, this model is similar to a prepaid SIM card concept and correlates the cost of a security engineer / penetration tester with a tangible method to measure the effort of a flexible, cost-effective security service consumption.

    You will be able to consume those whenever a pentest needs show up, getting a program up and running in less than 36 hours.

  • Who are your pentesters?

    We run a private community of security engineers who are highly skilled holding multiple Offensive Security, and SANS certifications.

  • What are the different options for pentesting?

    Several common areas are usually selected for testing, including external networks, internal networks, web applications, wireless networks, and employee security awareness (through social engineering).

    These are generally performed as part of a single comprehensive penetration test, but each one varies in the approach needed for the test.

  • What documentation should I receive when the test is complete? How are the results documented?

    When the pentest is complete, you should receive or be able to download a report detailing current findings, recommendations, and supporting evidence(s).

    The report should also include the scope and boundaries of the testing and when the test was conducted in conjunction with detailed technical information, along with an easy-to-understand engagement results summary for the non-technical audience.



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