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We understand that penetration test  can be a complex area, full of technical terms and processes that are not always easy to understand. That's why we've created this FAQ section. Here we strive to provide clear and precise answers to the questions we most often encounter in our work. Our goal is to help you better understand what we do, how we do it, and how our services can strengthen your company's security. If you have questions that are not answered here, you are always welcome to contact us directly. We are here to help!

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1. What is a physical penetration test?


A physical penetration test is a method of assessing an organization's physical security by mimicking the actions of a potential attacker. This includes attempting to gain unauthorized access to secured areas and tampering with physical security mechanisms.


2. What is an OSINT investigation?


OSINT stands for "Open Source Intelligence". This refers to the collection and analysis of information that is freely available and publicly available. An OSINT investigation is a method of finding data that could compromise an organization's security.


3. What is the purpose of a physical penetration test?


The purpose of a physical penetration test is to identify weaknesses in an organization's security measures, both digital and physical. The results can then be used to improve security procedures and practices.


4. How long does a physical penetration test take?


The time frame for a physical penetration test can vary depending on the size and complexity of ​​the systems being tested, as well as the type of test being performed. For details on your specific needs, contact us directly.


5. How can I be sure that a physical penetration test will not disrupt my company's operations?


We strive to ensure that our testing does not affect your day-to-day operations. Our team works closely with you to understand your business and plan our testing to minimize any disruption.


6. What do I get after a physical penetration test?


After a physical penetration test, you will receive a detailed report containing our findings, recommendations for improvement and a proposed action plan. We also offer a follow-up meeting where we can review the report together and discuss next steps.


7. How often should I have a physical penetration test performed?


It is recommended to carry out a physical penetration test at least once a year. However, the frequency may vary depending on your organization's size, industry, and changes in the infrastructure or threat landscape.


8. What happens if you find a security flaw?


If we find a security flaw, we'll include it in our report, detailing its nature and recommendations on how to fix it. We will also discuss it in our follow-up meeting and work with you to find the best solution.


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