Vulnerability Assessments | Security & Compliance
Vulnerability Assessments performed by a highly qualified cybersecurity assessment and advisory partner are imperative as network vulnerabilities are a severe danger to your business and critical infrastructure. Because of the risks posed, you need to act as soon as possible.
Our team of cybersecurity experts will thoroughly assess all active external and internal IPs beginning with non-credentialed or credentialed scanning options available per your preference. Manual tactics are then applied to validate scan results and evaluate systems for other potential vulnerabilities that might be exploited. We leave no proverbial stone unturned to uncover these potential threats. There are always eyes on glass and never just a scan tool.
Periodic vulnerability scans complement vulnerability assessments and/or penetration testing to validate remediation efforts and uncover new vulnerabilities or configuration issues. An actual SCA penetration tester performs both external and internal scanning through a remotely delivered process.
External Vulnerability Scans: As the name suggests, these scans focus on systems accessible from the outside world; publicly facing IPs, websites or web-based applications. The goal here is to find any security holes that might be exploitable by malicious actors to gain access to the internal network.
Internal Vulnerability Scans: These focus on an organization’s internal IPs; computers, servers, and other internal network devices such as routers, switches, phones and connected IOT devices. The purpose is to find any potential vulnerabilities that might allow an attacker, rogue employee or unauthorized personnel to escalate privileges, navigate systems, and access non-public information.
Non-Credentialed Vulnerability Scans: A non-credentialed scan is performed using only public information about the system. This means we can scan without valid credentials for any accounts on the system. Our penetration testing experts search for vulnerabilities that would be present even if an attacker did not have any credentials.
Credentialed Vulnerability Scans: In a credentialed scan, valid network credentials provided by the client are entered into the scanning tool. This allows our penetration testers to perform a much more thorough check, as they can search for vulnerabilities on a deeper level with system access provided by the credentials.
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