Companies at all stages of growth often find their resources strained dealing with complex and time-intensive data protection efforts like penetration testing. How can your company respond quickly to compliance issues while keeping up with everyday data protection practices and processes, such as regular penetration testing?
Many think penetration testing is a necessary evil, simply another compliance requirement to meet. But the quality of your data protection depends on the quality of your testing, and not all providers are alike. That’s why experts say you should work with multiple, high quality vendors to avoid security blind spots.
Ordering, scheduling, and tracking progress for pen testing services can be a hassle, however. Then there’s the final report. Can you make sense of what to fix?