Penetration Tester (Ethical Hacker)

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Anicalls: A treasure trove of Penetration Testers (Ethical Hacker)

A Penetration Tester, also known as an Ethical Hacker, is a cybersecurity professional responsible for simulating cyberattacks on systems, networks, and applications to identify vulnerabilities that malicious hackers could exploit.

A successful Penetration Tester must possess a deep understanding of computer systems, networks, and software, along with strong analytical and problem-solving skills. It's a role that requires creativity, curiosity, and a passion for continuous learning, as the cybersecurity landscape is ever-evolving.

Anicalls's penetration testers proactively tries to exploit vulnerabilities in a system, network, or application (with permission) to identify weaknesses before malicious hackers can find them.

Roles & responsibilities

Security Assessment

Conduct assessments of systems and networks using various penetration testing techniques to discover vulnerabilities.

Planning and Reconnaissance

Develop a testing plan that outlines the scope, goals, and methods to be used. Gather information on the target system to identify potential weaknesses.

Ethical Hacking

Execute controlled cyberattacks on the target system to identify exploitable vulnerabilities without causing harm.

Use of Tools

Utilize various hacking and penetration testing tools like Metasploit, Burp Suite, Wireshark, etc.

Social Engineering

Test human-related security by using techniques like phishing, pretexting, tailgating, etc.

Vulnerability Analysis

Analyze the vulnerabilities found and categorize them based on severity, risk, and potential impact.

Report Creation

Create comprehensive and clear reports outlining the assessment process, findings, and recommendations for remediation.

Remediation Support

Provide guidance and support in remedying identified vulnerabilities to strengthen the security posture.

Compliance Checks

Ensure that security policies comply with relevant regulations and industry standards, such as GDPR, HIPAA, or PCI DSS.

Benefits With Anicalls

Our Commitments

Guaranteed Talent Satisfaction

Flexible Engagement Terms

Performance Review Report Policy


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