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What Is Penetration Testing?

Penetration testing (also known as pen testing or network infrastructure testing) is where a cyber security expert carries out a simulated cyber attack on your network infrastructure. It’s used to identify and remediate exploitable vulnerabilities in your systems that could result in a data breach following a real cyber attack.

Penetration testing serves as one of the longest-standing and most-effective ways of safeguarding your organisation by recognising and remediating any potential shortcomings in your network infrastructure.


Internal infrastructure tests aim to mimic an attack from within the network. This could be a threat that has infiltrated your network or could be a disgruntled employee already with access to the internal network.

We deliver an internal infrastructure test remotely through a secure virtual machine deployed on your net work or by a standalone network appliance that we ship to you.

We utilise the same robust penetration methodology with no limitations in quality or coverage.

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External Infrastructure Penetration Testing will mimic exactly what a hacker can see/do on your network from anywhere in the world.

The only difference being that our testing is done in a controlled environment away from your network.

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Web Application Penetration Testing looks at applications such as your website, including the gated content to identify any threats that could impact your business. Available to hackers 24×7 and brim-full of data, web applications present a tempting target.

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Bruce & Butler’s Ongoing Security Testing (OGST) service combines continuous vulnerability scanning with regular penetration testing activity to enable your internet-facing attack surface to be continually tested for vulnerabilities.

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A Vulnerability Assessment refers to the process of identifying weaknesses in an information system. An assessment identifies risks and vulnerabilities in computer networks, applications and hardware whilst providing a level of severity to those vulnerabilities.