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Cyver Pentest: Ongoing Pentests and Vulnerability Assessments 

Cyver Pentest: Ongoing Pentests and Vulnerability Assessments 

Cyver’s pentest portal allows you to request pentests from us at the click of a button. A new pentest creates a new project from your project template, with your assets, scope, and project team added into the project. That’s ideal for many types of pentests,...

Pentest-as-a-Service and Your Team

Pentest-as-a-Service and Your Team

If you’re looking for a pentest, pentest-as-a-service is a delivery model that shifts the focus towards ongoing, scheduled pentests that deliver vulnerability findings as tickets so you can fix them with a minimum of overhead and breaking down reports.  It means your...

Does Pentesting Support Your Cybersecurity?

Does Pentesting Support Your Cybersecurity?

Does Pentesting Support Your Cybersecurity? Today, pentesting is a normal part of cybersecurity, with most companies using at least some pentesting to support their cybersecurity efforts. In fact, according to the Core Security Penetration Testing Report by Fortra,...

Why Choose Pentest-as-a-Service 

Why Choose Pentest-as-a-Service 

Why Choose Pentest-as-a-Service  Pentest-as-a-Service is an increasingly popular pentesting model and for many organizations, it’s more popular than traditional pentesting. But, if you’re looking into switching from traditional or “one-off” pentesting and to...

Why You Don’t Need a Pentest Report

Why You Don’t Need a Pentest Report

You Need Vulnerability Findings as Tickets   Traditional pentesting involves requesting a one-off pentest from an ethical hacker or team, waiting for the assessment to finish, and then receiving a pentest report. For many organizations, that means receiving a PDF file...

Collaborate with Your Pentester for Ongoing Cybersecurity 

Collaborate with Your Pentester for Ongoing Cybersecurity 

The traditional pentest is delivered as a one-off service, where the pentester comes in to assess risks in your environment, delivers a report with those vulnerabilities listed, and then you likely never hear from them again. Chances are, the next time you need a...