So you're interested in having a penetration test performed and you're wondering, is one enough for five years? Do I have to do it weekly or monthly? In this video, we'll talk about how frequently you should have a test performed.
Setting the scope correctly is the number one thing you need to worry about when you're starting the process of choosing a pen test provider. Why does everyone harp on scoping with timing and pricing?? Hi, I'm Josh Tomkiel, I'm a senior manager here at Schellman on the pen test team. I've been in the industry for over 10 years, started off as a penetration tester working on web applications and internal and external networks. And now I'm on the manager side overseeing projects. So you've decided you're going to have a penetration test performed, you're going out talking to vendors, getting estimates. But the first thing that everybody asks you: "what's the scope? What's the scope?" Why is it so important? It's important because the scope dictates:
So you've decided that you're going to have a penetration test performed and you want to know how long it's going to take. Awesome! I'm sure you want that report in your hand right away. This video is going to cover some of the tips you need to know about that could impact the timing of a penetration test.