03 April, 2023

Scheduling Work with Professionally Evil Test Credits

Scheduling Work with Professionally Evil Test Credits
Jason Gillam
Author: Jason Gillam

So, you've got some shiny Professionally Evil Test Credits and you're eager to put them to work. Excellent choice! In this Knowledge Center article, we'll guide you through the process of engaging our team to schedule work related to your credits. With just a few simple steps, you'll be well on your way to experiencing the best penetration testing service possible.

Step 1: Reach Out to Us

Contact us through any of our Professionally Evil Testing as a Service communication channels, such as email or Slack, to let us know you're ready to schedule work using your credits.

Step 2: Scoping Call (if necessary)

For testing systems we're not yet familiar with, we'll need to schedule a scoping call with one of our senior consultants. If we're already acquainted with the system in question, we might be able to skip this step and proceed to scheduling.

Step 3: Agree on Scope in Writing

After determining the scope of work, we'll provide a written agreement detailing the project's specifications. This helps ensure both parties are on the same page before moving forward.

Step 4: Scheduling the Work

Once we have an agreement on the scope, we'll work with you to schedule the engagement. While we can't always guarantee a lightning-fast turnaround due to consultant availability, rest assured that PETaaS customers get priority access to our schedule. Most engagements can be scheduled to begin within 2-6 weeks.

Step 5: Track Your Engagement Progress

After your work is scheduled, it will show up as an engagement in our portal. From there, you can easily track its progress, view updates, and stay informed throughout the entire process.

Following these steps will ensure a smooth and efficient experience when scheduling work using your Professionally Evil Test Credits. By leveraging our PETaaS offering, you'll benefit from our commitment to providing the best penetration testing experience possible.

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