FREE SECURITY SCANS FOR PATHWAY INTERNET CLIENTS
Pathway is pleased to offer free, self-serve, Security Penetration Tests to all Pathway Business Internet clients. The tests provide essential insights into the security of your network and identify weaknesses in your IT defenses.
Perform unlimited surface scans on any of your Pathway assigned IP addresses.
ONLY USE THE POWERFUL PENETRATION TESTING SCANS DURING OFF-PEAK HOURS.
SOME SCANS CAN CAUSE VITAL SYSTEMS TO BE UNAVAILABLE WHILE THEY RUN.
Surface Scans: FREE. Unlimited scans for Pathway Business Internet Clients
Intermediate Scans: $25.00 per month
Deep Scans: $45.00 per month
The Penetration Test allows you to proactively address weaknesses in your IT security by probing your systems for exploitable entry points. At the end of the scan, you receive a summary of findings and a downloadable PDF with tips on hardening your infrastructure. Three types of scans are available:
- The FREE surface scans uncover any open ports and other basic vulnerabilities that attackers can use to gain access to your network.
- Intermediate scanning ($25.00 per month) will test for common network vulnerabilities.
- Deep scans ($45.00 per month) attempt to break into applications and machines using a variety of hacker-like methods
Upgrading your Penetration Test subscription can be done at any time through the OnePath portal, or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Penetration testing is a staple of modern IT security. It allows your technical teams to find and fix vulnerabilities in your network before hackers can exploit them. With insights from the Penetration Test you are able to see your network assets the same way hackers do, Data is summarized in a downloadable report which includes verified solutions for fixing issues discovered during the scan.
Use the Penetration Test to secure your organization and experience higher productivity with reduced downtime.
HOW TO ENROLL
The Surface Penetration Test is available to all Pathway customers. You need to access this from your OnePath Portal. If you haven’t already done so, get your free OnePath login credentials by filling out the enrollment form at https://www.pathcom.com/one-path/.
ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT
The Pathway Surface Penetration Test is a free, self-service offering, designed to assist you with security assessment of your IT network. Pathway does not provide free interpretation or remediation assistance.
We will be pleased to provide assistance with any of the following, at preferred rates:
- Interpretation of scan results
- Performing and interpreting Intermediate and Deep scans
- Remediation activities and hardening of your IT infrastructure
Call our sales department at 416-214-6363 and press 1 from the main menu to speak with one of our Sales Engineers to find out more.
If you need information or help with this product, please contact us as follows:
General questions about the Penetration Test product: email@example.com
Help with the information contained in the test results: firstname.lastname@example.org
Technical support for fixing vulnerabilities or support packages: email@example.com
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
ARE THERE RISKS USING THE PENETRATION TEST ON MY NETWORK?
ARE THERE ANY LIMITS TO THE NUMBER OF SCANS I CAN PERFORM?
There are no limits to the number of scans you can perform. In general, undertaking a scan once a month should suffice. Remember to remedy any issues uncovered during the last scan before you undertake the next one.
Surface scans are free for Pathway Business Internet customers. You may perform these by logging into your free OnePath portal. The Intermediate and Deep scans have a monthly fee.
WHY AREN’T ALL MY IP ADDRESSES LISTED?
By default all Pathway provided IP addresses belonging to your organization should be available to scan. If you have an IP address that is not listed please email firstname.lastname@example.org to have it added. No IPs outside of the Pathway network will be added to the scanner.
CAN I SCAN AN IP ADDRESS OUTSIDE THE PATHWAY NETWORK?
No, for security reasons scanning an IP address outside the Pathway network range (i.e., an IP address not provided to you by Pathway) is not permitted and may be illegal.