Systematic review of security weaknesses in an Information System.
Evaluates if the system is susceptible to any known vulnerabilities, assigns severity levels to those vulnerabilities, and recommends remediation or mitigation, if and whenever needed.
Looking to proactively measure the effectiveness of your vulnerability management program?
Avoid expensive fixes
After a vulnerability has been exploited, more money & resources are used trying to fix what has been impacted and often the vulnerability itself.
Here are the reasons why you need Vulnerability Assessment
Has your Business met PDPA compliance?
PDPA stands for Personal Data Protection Act. The purpose of this Act is to govern the collection,
disclosure of personal data by organisations in a manner that
recognises both the right of individuals to protect their
personal data and the need of organisations to collect, use or disclose personal data for purposes
that a reasonable person would consider appropriate in the circumstances.
Penalties of PDPA Infringement
For negligent or intentional violations of PDPA, the PDPC may impose monetary fines going up to 1,000,000 SGD as detailed in the Section 48J (“Financial penalties”)
Failure to comply with the provisions in the PDPA may amount to a criminal offence. Breaching of any of the protection principles attracts a fine of up to MYR 300,000 and/or 2 years imprisonment.
Uncover more vulnerabilities on more devices during audits
Prioritize which vulnerabilities to focus on
It will tell us which vulnerabilities have known exploits, or we can customize to show which of our assets have business critical data so we can fix those problems first)
Ensuring your systems are configured per CIS benchmarks and other best practices
Documented Progress and action plans
Document your progress and action plans through a variety of reporting options and configuration issues hackers use to penetrate networks