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PENTEST

ETHICAL HACKING AND RED TEAMING

Discover how hacker can target you and order to improve your defenses.

Pentesting is a pillar in every organization’s cybersecurity maturity strategy. By challenging your environment with the same techniques as real adversaries, you will be able to assess the effectiveness of defense and tooling.

White, Grey

& Black Box
Certified
Pentesters
Tailor-made Attacks
Scenarios
Remediation

 support
White, Grey

& Black Box
Certified
Pentesters
Tailor-made Attacks
Scenarios
Remediation

 support

Strategic security pillar

Pentesting is a pillar in every organization’s cybersecurity maturity strategy.
By challenging your environment with the same techniques as real adversaries, you will be able to assess the effectiveness of defense and tooling. ZENDATA will adapt and customize the attack scenarios based on your environment, technology, operation, and threats in order to be as realistic and 
cost-effective as possible. The final report will not only present the discoveries, but also indicate the impact and the remediation in order to correct the issue. This will allow you to support the growth of your organization and validate the security of changes.

WHY A PENTEST?

ZENTADA Cybersecurity - Pentest

Testing the system frequently is the best way to avoid and REDUCE the damage that can be caused

Regulatory
compliance as FINMA,
PCI-DSS and ISO 27001.

Enhance security
response time.

Verify the
effectiveness of
current controls.

Validate security architecture and
identify vulnerabilities.

Provide assurance to stakeholder.

ZENDATA
DIFFERENTIATORS

• 10+ years of experience in Pentesting
• Specialized design of structured paths
• Extensive knowledge in multiple tenants’ environment
• Tailormade recovery plan or test lab strategy
• Report with full remediation plan and actionable with priorities

WHY A
PENTEST?

• Regulatory compliance as FINMA, PCI-DSS and ISO 27001
• Enhance security response time
• Challenge the defense teams
• Verify the effectiveness of current controls
• Validate security architecture and identify vulnerabilities
• Provide assurance to stakeholder