Penetration Testing of IT and Network Security Services

Cyber attacks and data breaches can potentially harm your business – not only it will halt some operations, but can also cost you thousands of dollars. As a precaution, businesses are turning to IT consultants and security experts to avoid these events, using what we call Network Penetration Testing Pleasant Grove.


A penetration test, also known as a pen test, is an authorized simulated attack on a computer system, performed to evaluate the security of the system. The test is performed to identify vulnerabilities, including the potential for unauthorized parties to gain access to the system’s features and data, as well as strengths, for a full risk assessment to be completed.

SOS Support discovers
and makes recommendations unique to your security concerns.

Here at SOSSupport, we deploy highly experienced network engineers to conduct network penetration testing services in Pleasant Grove, UT. We have network engineers that are certified and equipped with expert-level pen testing abilities. Our network penetration consultants will ensure potential breaches are identified and remedied with industry-standard security. Our recommendations will not only secure your systems, but also affirm your compliance to laws and standards across your organization.

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With the tools and applications we use, plus our expertise in IT security, you are in safe hands.

We tailor our testing services to meet your objectives. Based on your “security maturity,” we recommend testing approaches that are most effective and cost-efficient for your short- and long-term business plans. Our penetration testing services entail simulating real-world attacks on your networks, systems, and applications, identifying vulnerabilities, tracing their root causes, and offering solutions to mitigate the risks. We also provide a risk management document for your business.

Get in touch with us to schedule an onsite consultation for your organization if you need network penetration testing services.


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