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Vulnerability assessment and penetration testing (VAPT) to identify your system's weaknesses

Secured's™ vulnerability management service provides an array of assessment tools for fully comprehensive scanning and penetration testing

Secured™ has a bench of experienced team members that can help identify security vulnerabilities in your IT systems. Once these weaknesses are identified, we put protocols and processes in place for risk avoidance. These new tools are evaluated alongside existing security tactics to minimize exposure.

Through security posture assessments, we will identify, and in turn, prioritize which assets are more vulnerable to be exploited. Once this assessment is complete, Secured™ will implement a plan for remediation of vulnerabilities, reducing your business’ cybersecurity risk and giving you the ability to quickly respond to threats and compliance requirements in real-time.

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What is a vulnerability assessment?

The goal of a vulnerability assessment is to determine the risks posed by each vulnerability in the web application security and to identify what needs to be done to mitigate those risks.

How do you conduct a vulnerability assessment?

Secured’s™ vulnerability assessment tool creates a systematic process for identifying, classifying, and prioritizing security weaknesses in an information system. The first step is to identify potential security risks and vulnerabilities. The next step is to classify the risks and vulnerabilities. Finally, the risks and vulnerabilities are ranked in order of importance.

How do you identify vulnerabilities during an assessment?

From the vulnerability assessment process, we are able to identify vulnerabilities in a number of ways, including:

What happens after a vulnerability scan is conducted?

After an assessment is conducted, a vulnerability analysis is generated that details the findings of the assessment. This report is then reviewed by our experts to determine what, if any, action needs to be taken to mitigate the identified vulnerabilities.

What is a penetration test?

A penetration test, also known as a pen test, is an authorized simulated attack on a computer system or network used to evaluate the security of the system.

Vulnerability assessments can be conducted without disrupting normal business operations, while penetration tests simulate real-world breaches that may disrupt business operations.

How do you conduct a penetration test?

There are many ways to conduct a penetration test, but our method is to use a tool to launch an exploit against a target system. Our “hacker” then uses various tools and techniques to gain access to the system and collect data about the system and its vulnerabilities.

What are you looking for when conducting a penetration test?

During the testing process, some of the vulnerabilities a penetration test searches for include:

Can my system be damaged during a penetration test?

Not likely. Accidents happen, of course, but our penetration tests are a controlled and authorized attack on your computer system. We take extra care during this process so that once we’re finished, everything is as it was like we were never there.

What happens after a penetration test?

After security testing is complete, Secured’s™ tester will provide an analysis of an application’s vulnerabilities they found in the organization’s security and how they were able to exploit them. The report will also include best practices and recommendations for improving security.

When should I consider vulnerability assessment and penetration testing (VAPT) for my company?

Vulnerability management is something that should be done preemptively in order to avoid any potential security threats. By being proactive and identifying potential vulnerabilities, organizations can take steps to mitigate the risks before they materialize. This approach is essential in today’s increasingly connected and complex world, where a security breach can have far-reaching consequences.


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