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The biggest factor in penetration testing is the experience of the penetration tester.

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Independent audits and penetration tests can decisively identify vulnerabilities and reveal potential attack targets

“Good penetration tests are the reality check for every security concept. They are based on a clear description of requirements and are carried out by security experts with practical experience. Ideally, they not only use the well-known tools (Kali Linux, Meterpreter, Cobalt Strike…), but also have their own set of automated scripts to efficiently simulate common attack paths. Tricky problems are best solved in a team. Often a Red/Blue Team exercise together with your own security team is worthwhile.
The worst penetration test is the one in which the customer learns nothing. Therefore, it is important to invest sufficient time and to design the tests as white box/grey box tests.
In addition to the “”standard”” scenarios for enterprise IT environments, penetration tests can of course also be performed for web applications, OT networks or IoT components.”