It allows you to identify and quantify the risks to their systems and can also be used to test any existing patch management policies and procedures. Our Vulnerability Assessments feature:
Web Application Scanning
False Positive Reduction
Report in under 48 hours
What is a Vulnerability Assessment?
A Vulnerability Assessment is used to identify vulnerabilities present within your Information Systems at a single point in time. It allows you to identify and quantify the risks to their systems and can also be used to test any existing patch management policies and procedures. Due to the ever changing threat landscape and new vulnerabilities being discovered, regular testing ensures that a business maintains an appropriate focus on the security of its systems.
Our Vulnerability Assessments will help you to identify, classify and prioritise your security weaknesses in terms of their risk to your business. In this way, you know your vulnerabilities and which ones are likely to be targeted by the criminals.
We offer two types of scanning service. Standard and Pro Scan.
Download our vulnerability scanning brochure.
Our Pro Scan service builds on top of our Standard Scan service. We use the same four scan engines but they results are reviewed by one of our penetration testers who will then manually verify the results before creating the report. The Pro Scan scan is more in-depth that the Standard Scan report, providing more targeted remediation details and a greater level of granularity with a significantly reduced number of false positives.
You can download an example Example Pro Scan Report here.
Our standard scan is perfect for the organisation that just needs a basic vulnerability scan. Our Standard Scan uses Nessus, NeXpose, OpenVAS and Burp Suite Professional to scan the IP address or URL that you supplied for scanning.
The reports are then collated and delivered to you in a PDF format. That is it. Fast, Efficient and Effective.
You can download an example Example Standard Scan Report here.
Our standard scan costs £25 per IP address or URL.
Our standard scan costs £10 per IP address or URL.