A wireless penetration test will examine your network using a methodology similar to the standard wired penetration test. However, we will focus on the wireless as the gateway to exploit your vulnerabilities. Selecting the right partner to conduct the wireless penetration testing is an important decision. Look for certifications such as OCSP, OSCE, GPEN, CEH, CPT, and CWNP.
There are many benefits to conducting a wireless penetration test. Identifying vulnerabilities that threat actors are able to exploit is paramount. Testing the effectiveness of your security posture or exposing unintended weaknesses allows an organization to remediate these problems before they happen for real.
Office 365 is now Microsoft 365- What Does that Mean for Users?
Microsoft recently changed the name of its flagship product from Office 365 to Microsoft 365. According to the software giant, the name change was a part of natural evolution. Microsoft 365 began in 2017 as an enterprise offering that contained a combination of Windows, Office, and Enterprise Mobility and Security.