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Enhance your cybersecurity stance with Continuous Vulnerability Management
Dynamic threats call for a dynamic approach. So we employ an all-in-one vulnerability scanning & compliance management tool.
We uses several protocols to discover and probe network assets. This is useful to maintain a central asset repository and helps reduce risks and shadow IT.
Our tool detects vulnerabilities in end-user devices like laptops and desktops as well as in network infrastructure, including servers, virtual machines, routers, access points, firewalls, printers, and more.
Currently, our tool supports compliance standards like PCI DSS, HIPAA, GDPR IV, NIST 800-53, NIST 800-171, CIS, CIS 8.0, ISO 27002, Cyber Essentials, and Essential Eight.
Our tool brings exceptionally strong reporting capabilities to the “Identify” space of the NIST CyberSecurity framework. Asset reports, Active Directory Reports, Vulnerabilities Report, Compliance Reports, Security Posture Reports, and more are supported and available in standard Microsoft office formats (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
Our engineers and systems work 24 X 7 to protect our customers
Our software never sleeps
We detect vulnerabilities in end-user devices like laptops and desktops as well as in network infrastructure, including servers, virtual machines, routers, access points, firewalls, printers, and more. We leverage several sources for gathering vulnerabilities including the NIST’s National Vulnerability Database (NVD) and several OEM sources.
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Cybersecurity engineers must have a wide array of skills and experience. They must be able to understand computer code, know how to detect hackers, and understand how to protect against threats. In addition to these skills, security engineers also have to be adept at implementing security policies.
Our industry has created a variety of certifications to meet its needs. Professional certifications are often combined with a rigorous short-duration training program.
Among the most popular certifications is the CISSP, or Certified Information Systems Security Professional. This certification requires candidates to have five years of work experience in two or more areas of cybersecurity. To qualify, they must pass a four-hour exam.
Cybersecurity engineers must be able to protect the systems that they are responsible for, as well as manage backups and redundancies. They also must have the knowledge to explain complex computer problems to management. Other duties include investigating security vulnerabilities, using digital forensics, and developing new tools to keep the network safe.
Continuous vulnerability scanning is a security tool that helps businesses to keep their IT environment secure and up-to-date. It is an automated process that enables a team to quickly identify threats and remediate vulnerabilities before they become exploitable.
Unlike traditional vulnerability management, continuous scanning provides a more comprehensive view of a company’s IT environment. In addition to identifying vulnerabilities, it also delivers an enriched set of threat data.
Vulnerabilities need to be prioritized in order to be effectively addressed. This should take into account the costs involved, and the risk posed by exploiting the vulnerability.
Often, a single vulnerability can pose a serious risk to an organization. Therefore, organizations must continuously monitor their systems to ensure that all vulnerabilities are identified and remediated. If vulnerabilities are missed, an attacker could gain access to important files or other critical assets.
A single scan can cost anywhere from $500 to several thousand dollars. An effective vulnerability management program can eliminate that cost.
Whether you’re just starting your business or you’re a well-established company, vCISO services can help you take control of your security. These professionals offer a cost-effective solution for small businesses, and they’re flexible enough to accommodate your needs.
Depending on your organization’s requirements, a virtual CISO may provide security leadership, threat analysis, data loss prevention, incident response planning, and more. They also provide resources to train your staff on cybersecurity best practices. These experts work on a part-time or contract basis, allowing you to tailor the scope of your project to meet your specific needs.
Compared to a full-time CISO, a vCISO is less expensive and offers a wider range of service capabilities. You can choose from a broad risk-based vCISO service package, which includes a policy review and awareness training sessions, or a focused tactical vCISO service package, which focuses on policy gap analysis and action recommendations.
As cyber crime is becoming increasingly sophisticated, a vCISO is essential to protecting your business’s information. Their job is to ensure that your organization has a sound strategy in place to combat these threats. These professionals can help you streamline your compliance with industry standards and federal laws, and they can work with leaders in your firm to build a strong compliance management program.
If you have a large or small business, a vCISO can help you determine your cybersecurity risks and the financial impact of those risks. Depending on your needs, a vCISO may also work with your legal team to develop an effective security framework for your business.