VAPT stands for Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing. It is a security testing to identify security vulnerabilities in an application, network, endpoint, and cloud. Both the Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing have unique strengths and are often collectively done to achieve complete analysis. Vulnerability Assessment scans the digital assets and notifies organizations about pre-existing flaws. Penetration test exploits the vulnerabilities in the system & determines the security gaps.
Vulnerabilities exist in all levels of a computing system (On-premise and cloud) regardless of the organization’s size. There’s a big misconception that small and medium-sized businesses are spared by cyber attackers. But this is far from reality. As the security of small businesses is usually relaxed, attackers incline towards them. Many times, organizations say they don’t require vulnerability risk assessments because they’re such a small organization. But this false belief that could prove very costly for a business, big or small – SME or MNC. The security loopholes in your IT infrastructure are:
As organizations are moving their critical data and functions to web & mobility platforms like iOS and Android mobile applications, the organizational data is exposed to cyber actors. With applications VAPT, we support your enterprise to identify vulnerabilities.
Network VAPT is to identify potential vulnerabilities in the network that cyber actors may exploit. Inspirisys delivers a prioritized list of vulnerabilities identified in your network that helps you to line-up the mitigation strategies to stay ahead of cyber-attacks.
Future proof your endpoints with a complete vulnerability analysis that identifies security gaps. We evaluate security risks in the endpoints which include desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets, servers & workstations to prioritize vulnerabilities and support your future security strategies.
The rapid adoption of Internet of Thing technology opens the opportunity for cyber threats to exploit the connected systems. IoT devices are not limited to devices. It comprises IoT field gateways, databases, applications, servers etc. With deep domain expertise, ISL assess vulnerabilities across the IoT ecosystem.
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