Vulnerability Assessment & ManagementSecurity testing and IT audits to identify threats. Identify Threats
Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing.
On-going identification and mitigation of security threats.
Know what’s out there.
Assess your risks using fully-managed vulnerability assessment and security testing. Not knowing or understanding your IT infrastructure and web application weaknesses is no longer an option.
Vulnerability assessment and management, and regularly performed penetration testing are the cornerstones of the success of the overall cybersecurity program. When performed on a regular basis, the assessments will contribute to the overall critical infrastructure risk assessment.
The timely identification of vulnerabilities and threats through threat hunting, IT audits, and patching of network and web application vulnerabilities will minimize the risk and will help prevent:
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The Difference Between Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing.
Vulnerability Assessment is a process of identifying weaknesses within the software and network environments. Vulnerability assessments provide invaluable insight into the state of cybersecurity and mitigation strategies to ensure that the environment weaknesses are addressed, and are not exploited by cybercriminals.
Vulnerability assessments are generally performed using specialized software and well-defined methodologies. The results are presented in various formats depending on the audience, for example, executives generally receive executive reports with the visual representation of discovered vulnerabilities sorted by severity, while IT management receives detailed reports that include mitigation strategies and detailed recommendations concerning the vulnerability and risk management.
Penetration testing is a process that mimics the actions of a cybercriminal attempting to bypass the information security controls to access sensitive data. In many cases, as a part of the penetration testing, testers assume that a hacker or a disgruntled employee has already obtained access to the network or web application. Penetration tests are generally performed by qualified, ethical hackers based on strict testing methodologies, and the test results are communicated to the cybersecurity management and the executive teams for review and mitigation.
Penetration testing reports generally include recommendations, similar to those presented as an outcome of the vulnerability assessment. More often than not, after management remediates the issues, additional testing is performed to confirm that identified issues have been resolved.
To reduce the cybersecurity risks, enabling business growth through education and awareness, vulnerability management and the implementation of cutting-edge cyber defence technologies.
Our goal is to make sure that you stop worrying about cybersecurity and concentrate 100% on growing your business.
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