CyberForces Vulnerability Assessment

Vulnerability Assessment

CyberForces Vulnerability Assessment

Whether you’re a small, medium or a large company, you might appear on a cybercriminal radar. You’ve probably run a vulnerability scan and gained some input on your security status. But do you know what is truly at stake, if found exposures were used by a hacker? If the answer is not a forceful “yes”, maybe it’s about time to think of a vulnerability assessment.

What is Vulnerability Assessment?


A vulnerability assessment is a review of the security posture of an information system. We evaluate if the system is exposed to any known vulnerabilities, assign a risk level to identified weaknesses and guide you through remediation or mitigation.

Organizations of any size can benefit from vulnerability assessment, yet it’s the most beneficial for large enterprises that are under constant risk of being attacked.

Vulnerability Assessment allows you to:

  • Find your system vulnerabilities and weaknesses
  • Know the risks you're exposed to
  • Rectify your system with our thorough guidance

Vulnerability assessments are meant to discover different types of network vulnerabilities for a whole system or particular sections. There is a variety of tools for each of them, but the goal stays the same - identify vulnerabilities and misconfigurations, threats and risk. The following parts are included in the assessment:

  • Network-based scans are used to identify possible network security attacks. This type of scan can also detect vulnerable systems on wired or wireless networks.
  • Host-based scans are used to locate and identify vulnerabilities in servers, workstations or other network hosts. This type of scan usually examines ports and services that may also be visible to network-based scans, but it offers greater visibility into the configuration settings and patch history of scanned systems.
  • Wireless network scans of an organization's Wi-Fi networks usually focus on points of attack in the wireless network infrastructure. In addition to identifying rogue access points, a wireless network scan can also validate that a company's network is securely configured.
  • Application scans can be used to test websites in order to detect known software vulnerabilities and erroneous configurations of network or web applications.
  • Database scans can be used to identify the weak points in a database so as to prevent malicious attacks, such as SQL injection attacks.
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The high-level overview of the process looks as follows:



Vulnerability identification


We perform automated and manual security tests to identify security issues, ranging from simple misconfigurations to critical flaws in the product’s architecture.


Vulnerability analysis


We analyse identified threats and ensure we’re filtering out all the noise (such as duplicates and false positives) from the testing engagement.


Risk Assessment and remediation recommendations


Based on the risk profiling (where we consider elements such as the number of affected systems, type of data at risk, business risk, potential damage) we provide a set of actionable guidelines that help you fix the security issues and reduce the risks.

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What is Vulnerability Assessment?


Vulnerability Assessment is an evaluation of the system’s security flaws and it’s exposition to any critical vulnerabilities. After we review the data, we provide You with a set of guidelines to mitigate the risk of a system breach and data exposure.

How does it differ from other services?

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Contrary to the pentesting, Vulnerability Assessment uses only automation testing tools to scan the system for predefined flaws and points of entry with low security level.

Is Vulnerability Assessment enough to keep me safe?

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The only purpose of Assessment is to quickly scan the system for any weaknesses. You won’t get such a deep insight into potential risk, and attack vectors like with pentesting, so You need to take that into account when You consider what’s best for Your business.

What more can I do?

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Basically, stay on top of your toes: never neglect security issues, order penetration tests regularly, and provide Your staff and management with workshops/ training sessions to raise the awareness about security issues inside the organization.

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