The recent increases of cyber and ransomware attacks around the globe have left many organizations vulnerable as they struggle to maintain strong security measures. In order for services to be effective, these organizations need better strategies and programs that protect against threats. To do so, many are hiring additional team members dedicated solely to security, but this comes with a cost in terms of both time and finances. An alternative option is ethical hacking, which requires hiring on a part-time basis instead of full-time staff. This would save the organization money while still providing access to ethical hackers who can help sniff out any potential security issues. As more organizations face cybersecurity challenges, ethical hacking could prove to be a valuable asset in ensuring protections are up-to-date and reliable.