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A penetration test is often the next step to validate the risk assessment with the goal of enhancing a business’s security posture.

There are four main steps to performing a network penetration test which include

  • Information gathering and clarifying client expectations
  • Reconnaissance and discovery
  • Performing the penetration test
  • Reporting on recommendations and remediation.

What is a Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Test(VAPT)?


A penetration test is the process of identifying security vulnerabilities in applications and systems by intentionally using various malicious techniques to evaluate the network’s security, or lack of, responses.Similar to vulnerability assessments, a network penetration test, also known as a pen test, aims to identify vulnerabilities in a network. However, unlike a vulnerability assessment, a penetration test is an exact simulation of a potential attack to identify vulnerabilities that are harder to find in a network.

What Are The Benefits of Performing A VAPT?

 There are numerous benefits to performing penetration tests on your systems including:

  • Understanding the network baseline
  • Testing your security posture and controls
  • Preventing network and data breaches
  • Ensuring network and system security

 Acting as an in-depth test of the network, penetration test will allow businesses to better understand their network baseline, to test their network and system security controls, prevent attacks and breaches, and ensure network security in the future.

Understand The Network Baseline

 Most of the time, the network’s baseline is identified through the use of scanning tools like port scanners, network scanners, and vulnerability scanners. Understanding a network’s baseline allows the business owner to understand what security controls are working, identify existing vulnerabilities, and provide them additional information about their network.

Test Your Security Posture And Controls

 Unlike a vulnerability assessment, a network penetration test will put your security controls to the ultimate test. A network penetration test’s goal is to breach your network and exploit those vulnerabilities to understand the areas that need improvement.

Prevent Network And Data Breaches

 When a successful penetration test is performed, the results assist a business owner in designing or adjusting their risk analysis and mitigation strategies.
 This helps the business prevent future breaches because the network penetration test simulates a real-world attacker attempting to break into your systems.