Physical penetration testing simulates a real-world threat scenario where a malicious actor attempts to compromise a business’s physical barriers to gain access to infrastructure, buildings, systems, and employees. The goal of a physical penetration test is to expose weaknesses in a businesses’ overall physical defenses. Through identifying these weaknesses proper mitigations can be put in place to strengthen the physical security posture.
The primary benefit of a physical penetration test is to expose weaknesses and vulnerabilities in physical controls (locks, barriers, cameras, or sensors) so that flaws can be quickly addressed. In addition, physical penetration tests mimic real-world scenarios to demonstrate what impact a malicious actor can have on your systems and business.
Physical security penetration testing, when performed properly, will strengthen your security defenses and allow you to focus on the digital side of your security. It makes no sense to throw millions of dollars on security tools if an attacker can get inside your company buildings and slip out unnoticed.
A business cannot have a resilient cyber security program in place without ensuring that malicious actors cannot physically bypass its perimeter. This is why performing physical penetration tests is important, and having a methodology and framework to do so is key in ensuring you do not miss any critical aspects of your physical security.
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