Penetration Testing

Discover exploitable vulnerabilities by conducting simulated cyberattacks on your infrastructure.

Get ahead of cyber threats.

Locate Hidden Vulnerabilities

Discover security weaknesses in cloud-based and web applications that may be overlooked.

Assess Security Policy Effectiveness

Evaluate the efficiency of your organization’s current security measures and protocols.

Examine Exposed Network Components

Scrutinize publicly accessible network components like firewalls, routers, and DNS for vulnerabilities.

Pinpoint Weakest Attack Paths

Identify the most susceptible routes that could be exploited by cybercriminals to launch an attack.

Detect Data Theft Security Gaps

Uncover potential security loopholes that may lead to unauthorized access and theft of sensitive information.


of companies have not incorporated security tests into coding workflows


of companies have at least one vulnerable penetration vector


of companies struggle to maintain high-quality security standards
Sources: SANS; Positive Technologies; Cobalt

Our penetration testing emulates cyberattacks from both inside and outside your organization, revealing exploitable vulnerabilities that could potentially grant unauthorized access to sensitive data through the internet, cloud services, email servers, and websites..


Limited In-House Expertise

Many organizations lack the specialized knowledge and skills required to effectively conduct and analyze penetration tests.

Balancing Risk and Operational Continuity

Striking the right balance between identifying vulnerabilities and ensuring minimal disruption to daily operations during testing can be challenging.

Cost and Resource Constraints

Penetration testing can be time-consuming and costly, especially for smaller organizations with limited budgets and staff.

Adapting to Evolving Cyber Threats

Cyber threats are constantly changing, and organizations must regularly update their penetration testing methodologies to stay ahead of emerging risks and attack vectors.


Enhanced Security Posture

Proactively identify and fix vulnerabilities, strengthening your organization’s defenses against cyberattacks.

Compliance Assurance

Meet regulatory requirements and industry standards, reducing the risk of fines and penalties.

Informed Decision-Making

Gain valuable insights into your security landscape to make data-driven decisions and allocate resources effectively.

Reputation Protection

Prevent security breaches that can lead to loss of customer trust, negative publicity, and financial damage.

Reduced Long-Term Costs

Identify and remediate vulnerabilities early, avoiding costly security incidents and potential business disruptions.

Why Concertium?


We have nearly 30 years of experience in managing and protecting technology infrastructures, allowing a more comprehensive approach to meeting your business, compliance, and cybersecurity needs.


We offer advanced capabilities curated by our forward-thinking engineers and innovative partnerships to drive industry-leading technology.


Unlike many providers, we have professional expertise and services from strategy to setting up the appropriate infrastructure, security controls, and ongoing security and IT management.


We take a hands-on, collaborative approach to identify solutions and potential new areas of improvement that align with your company’s vision.

More Services

Cybersecurity Services

IT Infrastructure Services
Consulting &

Related Resources

5 Benefits of Outsourcing Cybersecurity
5 Benefits of Outsourcing Cybersecurity

One of the most critical services that companies benefit from is the protection and monitoring of networks and servers by cybersecurity companies. When a company opts to outsource any work, it can receive the best quality of work from other industry experts. When it...

read more

Ready to speak with us?

As your strategic, next-gen managed cybersecurity partner, we meet you where you are today. By helping align business needs to a maturing cybersecurity practice - we help unleash accelerated growth potential.