Penetration Testing

We help companies find technical vulnerabilities in their network before hackers do.

When it comes to penetration testing, the goal is simply to find all the security vulnerabilities that exist in the systems being tested. Though these vulnerabilities may seem only a tiny hole in your perspective, to a hacker these vulnerabilities are all they need to penetrate your network.

As technology gave us the ability to connect to the world by just a click of a button, it also opens us to exploitation and vulnerability that cyber-criminals take advantage of.

Every day, many companies are being targetted and attacked resulting in a loss of company assets and data. They don't just pay the price of losing data but paying huge fines from breaching the data compliance act. It's not uncommon for an organization even being forced to shut down because of failing to protect their customer's data due to hefty financial losses and penalties.

Don't let this disaster happen to your business.

Exposing vulnerability is your first line of defense

No company is immune to cyber-attacks but there are a variety of measures to implement in order to better protect your IT infrastructure. Running a penetration test on your network is an ideal starting point. Also known as Pen Test, it has now become part of many organizations regular security routines. Pentesting allows your business to see what threats may be looming in a clear comprehensive report.

Here are some of the most common cyber-attack origins that a pen test can identify weaknesses in:


Web and mobile applications are the most common entry point for cyber-attackers. Many reported data breaches came from a website or mobile device.


Servers hold a wealth of valuable company data-- an attacker's goldmine. Database servers are one of the high-value targets for attackers.


DDOS, De-Authentication, and snooping are some of the few attacks that network infrastructures endure every day. Cybercriminals use IP tracers and start exposing any vulnerabilities.


PCI DSS and HIPAA are the few common government-mandated laws that businesses should comply with. These compliances set the standard for securing and protecting data.

Verticals that benefit from penetration testing:

Any organization that stores information hackers are likely to steal will undoubtedly benefit from the insights gleaned via running a penetration test. Here are some of the favorite targets of cyber-criminals:

  • Hospitals
  • Non-profits
  • Educational institutions
  • Retail companies
  • Real estate agencies
  • Financial services firms
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Designers
  • Law firms
  • Museums and Art galleries
  • Government agencies
  • Manufacturers

How we can help

At Continuous Networks, we provide you with peace of mind that your valuable data is as safe and as secure as possible while also boosting awareness of risk within the workplace.

Our penetration testing services are experts in applications, servers/databases, and network security. We are proud to help our clients develop network security measures that help keep their proprietary information and customer data protected.

With a guaranteed 1-hour response time, Continuous Networks is the partner your organization can trust for fast, reliable and cost-effective penetration testing solutions. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you out.

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