Vulnerability Assessment

VAPT (Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing) is a process of checking security level of digital space. Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing are two distinctive activity having different process and approach. They usually combined to achieve a comprehensive in-depth analysis.
A vulnerability assessment is a procedure of discovering and gauging the severity of various weaknesses in the system. Vulnerability assessments produce lists of weaknesses that will be often ordered by severity and/or business criticality. Vulnerability assessments normally involve the use of automated testing tools such as web and network security scanners, whose results are typically assessed, and escalated to development and operations teams. In a way, vulnerability assessments encompass the detailed assessment of a safety position designed, to surface out flaws and recommending apt corrective actions eliminate or lessen the risk.

Features and Benefits of VAPT:

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) delivers organization a more comprehensive application security testing with a more detailed view of the threats. This empowers the organization to better safeguard its systems and data from malicious attackers.

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing and for Regulatory Compliance:

How WebOrion™ incorporate VAPT?

WebOrion™ platform cartels both Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) methods. By doing so, WebOrion™ provides both, a full list of the security gaps and its criticality for the organization. We perform both dynamic and static code analysis to determine any omitted feature which could lead to security breaches. For example, WebOrion™ can determine the level of encryption required. We have developed a systematic testing plan to avoid any vulnerability got unnoticed.

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