A Comprehensive Guide to the 8 Most Common IT Security Vulnerabilities 2018-07-26T08:20:38+00:00

A Comprehensive Guide to the 8 Most Common IT Security Vulnerabilities

And strategies for effective Penetration Testing

8 vulnerability areas covered:
  • Web Applications
  • Wireless
  • Active Directory
  • Windows & Unix OS
  • VPN
  • Web Servers / Mail Servers
  • Firewalls / Routers / Switches
  • Office Buildings

Secure your business from vulnerabilities and hackers

This guide is based on real world expertise gained from thousands of hours of security testing in medium to large enterprises. The guide reveals the key factors and strategies needed to keep your organisation safe from attack.

Detailed guide

Includes detailed descriptions of multiple attack types for each of the 8 vulnerability areas.

Easy to use

The guide is broken down into easy to read sections and bullets to help your security team build a working testing strategy.

Best practice testing

Discover recommended testing approaches for each vulnerability based on extensive real world use cases.

Security professionals

Written by highly experienced security testing consultants working within public and private sector organisations.

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