Cybersecurity Vulnerability Assessment
The First Step in Cybersecurity Compliance and Improving your Company's Security
Cyber attackers can easily find vulnerabilities and are always looking to exploit easy targets. It can be difficult to defend against an attack if you are unaware of the vulnerabilities currently present in your systems. That's why Cybersecurity Vulnerability Assessments are required for most compliance regulations.
Cybersecurity Vulnerability Assessments identify security weaknesses in networks, systems, and applications. Vulnerabilities can stem from unpatched applications or operating systems, a small misconfiguration in a firewall or router, or from other areas in your networks or systems.
Compliance regulations require companies to perform Cybersecurity Vulnerability Assessment scans at least once per year. Industry best practices recommend quarterly scans. Scans should be performed anytime you change your systems or applications to discover any major security holes that need to be addressed.
It's Time to Protect Your Data
Completing your Cybersecurity Vulnerability Assessment is the first step in keeping your company and client data safe from external threats.
While reactive IT departments spend their time covering security weaknesses with cyber “band-aids”, proactive IT teams use vulnerability assessment scans to assess their security posture to discover the severity of their vulnerabilities, create their cybersecurity programs, and reduce their exposure to cyber risks.
How it Works
The Clarus Tech Partners team provides your company with a detailed Vulnerability Assessment report with an executive summary and detailed recommendations based upon the results.
We can help with the remediation steps and the design of your cybersecurity plan and data privacy requirements.
Once all high and medium vulnerabilities are remediated, we will then rescan and provide a certified pass report to meet your audit, regulatory and compliance requirements.
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Keep your data safe from external threats with a Cybersecurity Vulnerability Assessment.