Penetration testing becomes essential for businesses seeking to protect their data following cyber hacking attempts

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Penetration testing is becoming an essential cybersecurity service to help companies be more resilient to cyber threats. Security Hubs, the only company providing Security Skills as a Service globally has noticed a large increase in cyber challenges for businesses this past year.

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2021 has proven to be the year of cyber hacking attempts, with a number of high profile attacks taking place on businesses and even government agencies since the start of the year.

Penetration testing is becoming an essential cybersecurity service to help companies test their information security architectures and be more resilient to cyber threats.

Security Hubs, the only company providing Security Skills as a Service serving global clients from the healthcare, banking, and recruitment industries, has noticed  a large increase in cyber challenges for businesses of all kinds.

Running a global resource on-demand service with a private network of professionals in specialized areas, Security Hubs offers the Security Skills as a Service model for all businesses looking to work only with senior people and execute in-depth offensive adversarial simulations, from penetration testing until more advanced hacking scenarios.

Adapting to the global changes in the workforce, the company uses a unique set of skills combined with an AI-driven approach when it goes about recruiting and deploying testing teams for its clients. With their highly-educated security engineers talent pool, businesses now have access to cybersecurity experts that offer on-demand  pentesting with an adaptable service – in line with the global changes such as the rise of freelancing platforms that have become an attractive option for startups through to big multinational firms.

Businesses in 2021 are increasingly seeking remote, highly experienced and adaptable teams that can deliver solutions quickly, in a very efficient way. The current pentesting delivery model, which has traditionally been disorganized and hyper-technical to non-specialists, is now in a stage where quality control and consultancy can be delivered by experts globally. Service providers such as Security Hubs are enabling companies to make real profound changes to their organizations and provide technical teams inside and invaluable knowledge about the latest hacking techniques. This includes enabling them to get experts that can address specific key areas from appsec through to security automations, or cloud optimization, security, and migration.

With the complexity of cybersecurity, it’s now more important than ever for businesses to work more closely with experts who can not only diagnose problems, but help deliver solutions while addressing a whole range of a client’s online architecture – providing them with better understanding of what they can do to be more resilient to cyber attacks, and how to protect their Intellectual Property.

Is your company looking at penetration testing and the current security situation to better protect itself online?

In partnership with Security Hubs

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