PROTECTION

NEVER BE CAUGHT OFF GUARD

A comprehensive Vulnerability Assessment is a valuable enhancement to your IT Security Assessment. However, time between your organization’s annual vulnerability scans can leave you at significant risk for interim attacks. With real-time security insights and solutions, our Vulnerability Management Service ensures year-round protection with an incredibly cost-effective solution.

ON-DEMAND SCANNING

Annual assessments are important, but year-round, insights are key to thwarting emerging risks in your network security. With our Vulnerability Management Service, you can schedule your systems to be scanned at any time. Our VMS requires no setup or employee training at all; just tell us how often you want your scans and request additional scans whenever you need them.

BEST-IN-CLASS TOOLS, EXPERT SOLUTIONS

Using only Best-in-Class scanning tools that are independently validated and globally recognized, our VMS scans allow you to identify weaknesses that exist within your network as frequently as needed. At the conclusion of every scan, you’ll receive detailed reports listing all found vulnerabilities. Of greatest value, BAI's in-house experts will be on-hand to consult with you to address vulnerabilities immediately with recommendations for quick remediation. This is how we help you prevent costly disruption to your business and quickly restore your security posture.

SERIOUS SAVINGS

With BAI Security’s Vulnerability Management Service, you get the value of best-in-class, year-round scanning, plus consulting with our team of expert security engineers, who know your unique environment and can offer steps for fast remediation... all for less than you would pay for the scanner alone. As if prevention of a malicious incident weren't enough, the financial savings you'll see with our VMS makes this our most cost-effective solution (and one that's hard to pass up!).


"The value of vulnerability assessment and threat intelligence can be very high, given the potential costs of failure through regulatory fines as well as reputational damage."
Andrew Steadman
Gartner Sr. Director Analyst & Financial Technology Expert

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NETWORK VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS

Vulnerability assessments are an evaluation of an organization’s hardware, software, and procedures against a list of known vulnerabilities and best practices.

The assessment may expose network vulnerabilities and holes in your security that could leave an open door for hackers. A Network Vulnerability Assessment should also be performed on an ongoing basis as new threats arise and hackers find additional ways to break into systems.

Network Vulnerability Assessments aren’t always just a “nice to have” type of resource. Depending on your industry, you may be required to perform vulnerability assessments to remain compliant. For example, PCI and HIPAA require assessments to ensure that you are protecting your customers’ information and sensitive data.

Depending on your network’s unique vulnerabilities, the results of your scan and process may look different. However, you can ask our team to focus on some of these tasks to get started:

  • Identifying and prioritizing network threats
  • Analyzing router and WiFi passwords for vulnerabilities
  • Reviewing your organization’s network strength against common attacks including Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), Man-in-the-Middle attack (MITM), and Network Intrusion
  • Analyzing your routers, switches, and computers for device security

Although vulnerability assessment tools can help identify security flaws, they can’t determine which loopholes can cause damage and which can’t. That’s why penetration tests are crucial to purposefully, but ethically, exploit vulnerabilities and identify which ones are threats.

A penetration test may involve:

  • Using social engineering techniques such as impersonating a manager and asking an employee for a password in order to gain access to a database or other system
  • Intercepting and using unencrypted passwords sent over the network
  • Sending phishing emails to users to gain access to accounts

Network Vulnerability Assessment testing and reporting is not a one-time process. Your company should establish a culture of security that focuses on the ongoing safety of your business.

Although a Network Vulnerability Assessment takes some time and resources, Network Vulnerability Management is ultra cost-effective and will alleviate the financial burden of dealing with a hack that could have been prevented simply by knowing your network’s weaknesses.