How vulnerable are you?
With cyber-attacks happening daily, it’s imperative that your business has a proactive strategy in place to deal with cyber threats, making it paramount to understand your security weaknesses.
The only way to truly understand your security vulnerabilities is to get an independent, cyber accredited and approved organisation to take a holistic view and to look for vulnerabilities you would have potentially been unaware of.
The perfect start to your cyber security journey
Evaluation of your IT infrastructure
Easy to understand risk assessment reports
CREST and OSCP accredited testers
How CyberGuard can help
By performing a vulnerability scan of all network-connected devices, we’ll be able to evaluate your IT infrastructure and pinpoint your security risks and weaknesses.
Once performed we’ll then provide you with an easy to understand Vulnerability Testing report which will highlight your existing weaknesses and categorise them with critical, high, medium and low-risk ratings.
We can then offer a clear explanation of the risks, comprehensive remedial advice and a set of recommendations to form a ‘baseline’ for your cyber security moving forward.
What does a Vulnerability Test include?
- External Vulnerability Scanning
- Internal Vulnerability Scanning
- Password Policy Review
Benefit from Cyber & CREST Accredited Experts
Whenever you’re looking for a cyber security partner to perform your Vulnerability Testing, always make sure that you’re working alongside a fully cyber accredited body. This will highlight that the organisation testing your business is using ethical and secure methods which will offer you peace of mind. CyberGuard has been awarded CREST and OSCP certifications.
CREST is a not-for-profit, internationally recognised accreditation body within the cyber security industry. It provides evidence that our security professionals demonstrate knowledge, skills and competence. It also offers evidence from an independent, verifiable third-party assessment that CyberGuard provides the highest standard of cyber security services and work to the pinnacle of professional ethics.
Read the case study
The vulnerability assessment allowed us to see which areas of our security needed improvement and, whilst there weren’t any specific “alarm bells”, CyberGuard did identify a few areas for improvement.