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Packetlabs is a CREST and SOC 2 Type II accredited penetration testing company with advanced capabilities that go beyond industry standards. We believe that everyone has the right to cybersecurity, privacy and a thriving future. Let’s talk.


Infrastructure Penetration Testing

Find weaknesses others overlook

An infrastructure penetration testing assessment uncovers vulnerabilities residing in your IT and network systems and provides a tailored approach to each environment.

Infrastructure Penetration Testing can help you:
  • Reduce the risk of a breach within system infrastructure

  • Identify gaps in processes and procedures

  • Strengthen your cybersecurity posture

  • Protect your data from ransomware, trojans, and phishing attacks

  • Highlight how a vulnerability can lead to compromise

  • Explain to key stakeholders or board members where vulnerabilities lie and what to do about it


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Why Packetlabs?

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We’re committed to the greater good- and that includes your right to security and privacy. With an exceptionally trained team and a robust testing methodology, we go beyond checkboxes to really understand your unique penetration testing needs. With our consultative approach, we ensure that our clients understand our reports and assessments. We also provide support when identifying the next steps in strengthening our clients' security posture with a solid cybersecurity strategy.

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What's New In The NIST Cybersecurity Framework Version 2.0

The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0 is the first major update to this fundamental IT security guidance framework since its inception in 2014. Find out what is new in CSF 2.0.

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Researchers Use Rogue Wireless Access Points To Steal a Tesla

Rogue wireless access points (APs) are still a viable threat to not only network and account security, but researchers also claim to have used a rogue AP to hijack a Tesla.