As business systems develop over time, new standards in efficiency, usability and practicality tend to shape standard commercial practices.
This is the same across a number of areas for commercial enterprises, statutory corporations and industrial bodies alike – the benchmarks change according to the market environment.
When it comes to online security, it can be difficult for those inside an organisation to gain a clear understanding of just what they need to be doing to protect their digital assets and proprietary data.
This is because most internal protective measures taken by firms are often made publicly available, making it hard for managers to gain an insight into what constitutes as best practice.
This is where penetration testing and red cell services come to the fore – searching for vulnerabilities and hidden avenues and providing an in-depth report into a situation before it can be exploited.
On top of this, the team can take into account the unique attributes of an organisation when performing their unique audit – providing customised insights that can be made to match both the technical capacity and security budgets of their clients.