Physically protecting your information assets is a necessity, or all other means of protection become pointless.
Data and information security goes beyond digital security. Physical security has an important role in protecting that information. How easy is it for an attacker to access your server room? Could they bypass most of your locks and “secure” doors. How quick is your personnel at stopping a physical breach?
Have a team test how easy it is to physically access systems and information at your facility. Learn how to fix security holes, train your personnel to respond, and protect your physical information and security assets.
If the attacker gains physical access to a secured device they will probably succeed in extracting valuable data from it.
Keeping high security keys in a key box sounds like a good idea, unless the lock protecting them is easily picked. This would allow access to high security areas, even ones that would normally hold secure without the easy access to the key.
Most standard desk and filing cabinet locks are inefficient at providing security and should never be relied upon to protect sensitive information.
Employees often trust their feelings and emotions when it comes to people they interact with. This is what attackers will use to gain entry into sensitive areas.
Access can usually be gained through bypassed attacks from improper door fitment. This makes it quick and easy for an attacker to get in.
Most employees are trained to only look for someone who doesn’t seem to belong. Most attackers will work hard to make sure they look like they fit in.
It is possible to perform the test without notable damage done to the facility. However, the level of escalation will be determined in the rules of engagement prior to the test. This can allow for a price limit of damage created during the test and allow for escalation, if desired.
Can this test be done in conjunction with other tests?
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