Compare Penetration Testing as a Service (PTaaS) Features

Traditional Pentesting Companies
USAGE
Users

Unlimited

Vulnerabilities

Infinite

Integrations
or

*available as an add-on feature

SCAN MONSTER™
Continuous network testing
Continuous web application testing
VULNERABILITY MANAGEMENT
Live vulnerability reporting
Unlimited vulnerability hosting
Vulnerability deduplication
Risk scoring (beta)
Custom severities
User assignments
Custom remediation SLAs
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
Dedicated project manager
Self-service pentest scoping
Program Management Dashboard
Access to a NetSPI Managing Director
SECURITY TESTING
Manual verification of findings
Asset discovery
Real-time communication with NetSPI
DELIVERY & REMEDIATION
PDF/CSV report
12-month Resolve access
Vulnerability analysis via Resolve’s Data Lab

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FAQ

Answers to the most common questions about our Penetration Testing as a Service (PTaaS) plans.

  • What is Penetration Testing as a Service (PTaaS)?

    PTaaS is NetSPI’s delivery model for penetration testing. It enables customers to simplify the scoping of new engagements, view their testing results in real time, orchestrate faster remediation, perform always-on continuous testing, and more – all through the Resolve vulnerability management and orchestration platform.

  • How much does PTaaS cost?

    PTaaS is included for free with every penetration test you get from NetSPI. Integrations are available at an additional cost. 

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  • Is PTaaS a vulnerability scanner?

    While we use scanners as a baseline for our penetration testing, NetSPI’s expertise is in deep-dive manual penetration testing.

  • What is Scan Monster™?

    Scan Monster is NetSPI’s proprietary scan orchestration engine. Scan Monster allows us to automate our vulnerability scanning so that we spend all of our time hands-on, manually testing your organization’s applications and networks.

  • Do you use crowd-sourced penetration testers?

    Unlike our competition, all of our consultants are full-time employees of NetSPI.

  • Who can use PTaaS?

    Anyone in your organization, including CISOs, application owners, vulnerability managers, developers, internal testers, among others, can use PTaaS.

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