Network Penetration Testing intentionally subjects systems and applications to malicious techniques, such as malware and other simulated cyber attacks, to test network security and their response to threats. Penetration Tests, or pen tests, identify vulnerabilities in a network and help to prevent future attacks and breaches. Pen tests are also referred to as white hat attacks or ethical hacking.
In this blog, learn more about Internal and External Penetration Testing, how they differ, the tools and methodologies used in them and how you benefit from them.
In this article
- What is Network Penetration Testing?
- What are the ‘boxes’ of Penetration Tests?
- What is Internal Penetration Testing?
- What is External Penetration Testing?
- Internal Penetration Testing vs External Penetration Testing: How do they differ?
- Why do you need both Internal Penetration Testing and External Penetration Testing?