Learn About Your Network's Vulnerabilities with Penetration Testing
Have you ever wondered what would happen to your IT networks if it were to come under a cyberattack? Take a preventative step to security and undergo a penetration test.
What is a penetration test? It is a kind of testing which simulates a real-work attack on a computer system, network or Web application to find vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit or compromise.
Penetration tests can help prevent data breaches, check security controls, and allow companies to meet compliance requirements. Authorized ethical hackers ultimately protect organizations against malicious cyber criminals hoping to take advantage of a business’s system, files, logs, and/or critical business data through the strategic cracking of passwords and social engineering tests.
By uncovering issues in an organization’s infrastructure, ethical hackers demonstrate how well the network is protected and determine how susceptible a system is to a hack and identifies security weaknesses.
Those who preform penetration testing at Access Systems are Certified Ethical Hackers through the EC-Council, well trained and highly trustworthy. Their findings are then pulled together into a report which is presented to a business. This report covers the testing procedures performed with the results along with observations and recommendations to reduce your risk. If social engineering tactics are used, additional reporting is provided which shows the results of those tests.
Give your Access Systems sales representative a call today for more information on penetration testings.
Computer Shortcuts and Tips From our Team
Instead of using the CTRL+PRINT Screen, Windows 7 and 10 has a feature called Snipping Tool.
You can access it by pressing start then typing the word snip. Open the Snipping Tool program. This program allows you to ‘snip’ a section of a window rather than the whole window.
From the snip, you can choose to copy, save or email a copy. The program also has a delay feature that allows you to snip a window after it pops up.
Launch your taskbar programs with your keyboard:
Every program to the right of the Start button is assigned its own numerical shortcut, with the first program being "1," the second being "2," and so on, all the way to the 10th task bar shortcut, which gets "0."
Pressing the Windows key, plus the number of the program you want to open, launches it.
Windows 10 only:
Right clicking the windows icon will open up a menu containing several shortcuts: