What is it?

Information Technology (IT) is essential for the growth and development of businesses. Enterprises and organisations are spending significant portion of their budget for rolling out their IT roadmap and deploy number of IT enabled services that are essential for the survival and growth of business. These deployed resources are prone to vulnerabilites that can be exploited by hacker groups and are thus risky. This risk in cybersecurity can further cause risk to the business.

A vulnerability analysis is the process of identifying, quantifying, and prioritizing (or ranking) the vulnerabilities in a system.

Vulnerability Analysis provides enterprises with a more comprehensive application evaluation than any single test alone. The Vulnerability Assessment approach gives an organisation a more detailed view of the threats facing its applications, security flaws, overall risks and assests enabling the business to better protect its systems and data from malicious attacks.

Why do Companies need Vulnerability Assessment?

When it comes to the privacy and security of the company’s data, systems, and network, it is the onus of the company and one can’t sit back and assume everything is fine and protected enough. The best way to safeguard the whole IT ecosystem is to constantly look for weaknesses and eradicate it. If rightly and timely done it can add business value to the organisations and enterprises.

How can we help?

We at BinSec Technologies carryout auto and manual Vulnerability Assessment. Our assessments are aimed at reducing false positives. Our manual testing techniques go upto Six Sigma for critical infrastructure and configuration audits. We carryout exploratory vulnerability assessments too in areas that are uncommon and no known tools exists.

  • Network Mapping: It aims to discover vulnerabilities and gaps in the network infrastructure of the clients.
  • Vulnerability Scanning: It aims to find out vulnerabilites in different applications present on a system based on different vulnerability databases.
  • Operating System Security Assessment: Vulnerabilites in OS inherently present or due to misconfiguration are detected.
  • Database Assessment: It will identify the security exposure in the database systems using tools and techniques to prevent from SQL Injections.
  • Social Engineering Assessment: It aims at verifying the “Human Network” of an organization. This pen test imitates attacks which the employees of a company could attempt to initiate a breach.
  • Wireless Assessment: This test intends to analyze the wireless devices deployed on the client site that includes the protocols, security and configurations.
  • Configuration Assessment: It aims at carrying out security assessment of the configuration of Servers, Routers, Firewall, IPS, Storages and such other devices.
  • Security Policy Assessment: Assessment of Security Policies are assessed for vulnerabiltes that may or may not be explited.
  • Patch Assessment: It aims at assessing the security of implementation of patches and find out gaps in implementation of patches.