No such thing as perfect
Software flaws and misconfigurations have always been an important challenge for security teams, and they are more than ever today. With the fast adoption of agile development methodologies for continuous deployment, new vulnerabilities can be introduced even multiple times a day with the click of a button. Also, the dynamic architectures based on cloud, containerization, micro-services, and software-defined anything increase the risk of introducing vulnerabilities into your infrastructure. Now that the race is on and -as there is no such thing as perfect, there will always be vulnerabilities. The question is, will you detect and fix them first, or will hackers do it for you?
Beyond the scan
For a Vulnerability Management Program to work, it takes much more than just a scanner to find the vulnerabilities in your infrastructure and applications. It should help prioritize what is critical for your business in a time and resource-efficient way. Only by adding business context to discovered vulnerabilities, one can understand what needs attention first, how to best remediate it, and which team will be responsible. Implementing well-defined vulnerability management processes from discovery to resolution is essential.
Vulnerability Management Services, from discovery to solution
Our Vulnerability Management Services provide an end-to-end, proactive vulnerability management program as a service. With our modular approach, customers can choose from infrastructure vulnerability, configuration vulnerability, and/or application vulnerability assessments to exactly match their vulnerability detection scope and strategy. Add to that the optional Vulnerability Risk Management module with in-depth impact analysis, business contextualization and remediation recommendations for an effective and (cost) efficient vulnerability management program and you get the key ingredients to make risk reduction a success.
We use our experience to help you manage, prioritize, and mitigate vulnerabilities using proven workflows and processes.