Information Security Vulnerability Assessment



Your office network has been a bit slow? You thought “it’s probably the internet.” – Big mistake. Cyberattacks are SILENT, SNEAKY and DEADLY

What When and How often?

Vulnerability assessment will give you a good picture of your organization’s overall IT security health. Your assessment results will help you detect, prevent and resolve security issues before they are exploited. Your IT security should be checked quarterly, or especially after a new system or equipment is introduced to your IT infrastructure.

Risk-based Approach

While you are busy handling business, hackers are busy looking for your security holes. Some hacks to extract data, hacks for ransom, and some hacks for fun. Each organization has different security weakness and vulnerabilities depending on the business structure and these need to be assessed using a risk-based approach. Online scans can run a quick passive check, but they are not going to be able to uncover future risks, rank them, prioritize and recommend the most appropriate remedies fit for your organization.

How is it done?

Your website and network security are assessed by our IT security engineers and your vulnerability Assessment report will be presented along with suggested countermeasures as necessary.

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Vulnerability Assessment Scope of Service

Web Analysis Example: Check vulnerabilities against attacks such as: SQL injection, Cross-site scripting (XSS), HTTP header injection, OS command injection, Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF), directory traversal
Network Analysis Example: Check firewall setting make sure there is no unnecessary service running, certificate status, check to make sure unnecessary port, page is open. Middleware version check and check for other vulnerabilities against Cross-Site Request Forgery, directory traversal.


What happens when there is a hole in your security…

We did WHAT?
Thomson Reuters saw something they didn’t write on their website. Reuters’s website had older, more vulnerable version of a software running on it. So, a hacker thought it would be fun to hack the website and upload politically charged news blog to confuse the world.
Fished. Literally
A fishing media company in 2019 came under an attack of SQL injection. A hacker successfully fooled the system to extract Names, physical addresses, and email addresses of the company’s 60,000 subscribers.
Your setting …cost 100 million customer data breach
In 2019 Capital One credit card exposed 100 million customer data. Capital One concluded “an outside individual gained unauthorized access” but some speculate to blame a mistake in a “setting” that allowed unauthorized access.


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