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Identifying vulnerabilities in your IT infrastructure is a critical requirement.
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Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing (VAPT)

Security and IT teams need a new approach to tackle cyber threats with a clear understanding of cybersecurity risk and automate workflows for rapid response. Through our partners, we help you Discover, Assess, Prioritize, and patch critical vulnerabilities and reduce cybersecurity risk in real time and across your global hybrid IT, OT, and IoT landscape.
We use Certified Ethical Hackers to identify your vulnerabilities and minimize your risk, protecting your organization against the most current threats.
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Vulnerability Assessments

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Penetration Testing

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Web Application Security

Depending on the complexity of the environment, number of assets, applications a typical penetration testing which includes vulnerability scans will take anywhere between 3-6 weeks


In this phase, we will setup a conference call with your IT and security team to understand the objective for performing a VAPT.
This will help us document the scope of your pen test, your IT environment, threats and vulnerabilities you are most worried about etc.


In this phase, you will receive a questionnaire to provide us with the details in terms of assets to be scanned, external / internal IPs, application details, APIs.
Based on the above, we will submit a detailed plan along with dates for your pen testing.


In this phase, we will actually attempt to find and exploit your vulnerabilities by using industry-standard methodologies such as target profiling and enumeration, automated testing, service research, and application analysis.
We will document the findings to present a detailed report.


In this phase, we will setup a conference call with your IT and security team to review your threat report that includes all vulnerabilities detected and a narrative of the pen test findings


In this phase, you will receive advice on how to remediate and patch any weaknesses.

Re Test

In this phase, once your first remediation is completed, a retest will be scheduled checking for proper patching.

We also include re-testing.

Frequently Asked Questions
Remove Vulnerabilities from your environment and protect from cyber attacks.
No. Pen testing and vulnerability scanning are two very different ways to test your systems for vulnerabilities.

Penetration testing and vulnerability scanning are often confused for the same service. A vulnerability scan is an automated, high-level test that looks for and reports potential vulnerabilities. A penetration test is a detailed hands-on examination (intrusive) by a real person that tries to detect and exploit weaknesses in your system.
Vulnerability scans assess computers, systems, and networks for security weaknesses, also known as vulnerabilities. These scans are typically automated and give a beginning look at what could possibly be exploited. A good vulnerability scan can search for over 50,000 plus vulnerabilities and are required as per PCI DSS, FFIEC, and other regulations.

Vulnerability scans can be performed manually or run on a scheduled basis. It will complete in as little as few minutes to as long as several hours depending on the assets being scanned. Vulnerability scans don’t go beyond reporting on vulnerabilities that are detected.
A penetration test simulates a hacker attempting exploit vulnerabilities to get into a business system.

An certified pen tester, often called ethical hackers, search for vulnerabilities and then try to prove that they can be exploited. Using methods like password cracking, buffer overflow, and SQL injection, they attempt to compromise and extract data from a network in a non damaging way.
It really depends on the complexity of your environment and your objectives. Please see the ‘Our Approach’ section above to understand more on the steps.