What is VAPT Service?
Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) are the combination of two different security services that include in VAPT service. To achieve a more complete vulnerability analysis, the tests have different powers. VAPT services are commonly used for the risk analysis, security audit, forensic analysis, security amendment, recommendation, security monitoring and penetration testing. VAPT assessments commonly offered by Mirrortech, which normally focuses on identifying risks involved in the Infrastructure of the company OR maintained by any enterprises.
The Value of VAPT
VAPT describes a broad range of security assessment services designed to identify and help address cyber security exposures across an organization's IT estate.
To ensure that you choose the right type of assessment for your company’s needs, it’s important to understand the various types of VAPT services and the differences between them. The diverse nature of VAPT assessments means that they can vary significantly in depth, breadth, scope and price, so this understanding is critical to ensure tests deliver the best value for money.
Why do you need VAPT?
The evolving tools, tactics and procedures used by cybercriminals to breach networks means that it’s important to regularly test your organization's cyber security.
VAPT helps to protect your organization by providing visibility of security weaknesses and guidance to address them. VAPT is increasingly important for organization's wanting to achieve compliance with standards including the GDPR, ISO 27001 and PCI DSS.
What do we do to keep you Secure?
The broad definition of VAPT means the various services it describes are often confused and used interchangeably. Before commissioning any form of VAPT security testing, organizations should be aware of the services an assessment could include:
Penetration testing, or pen testing for short, is a multi-layered security assessment that uses a combination of machine and human-led techniques to identify and exploit vulnerabilities in infrastructure, systems and applications.
A pen test conducted by a professional ethical hacker will include a post-assessment report detailing any vulnerabilities discovered and remediation guidance to help address them.
Types of penetration testing:
Internal/external infrastructure testing
Web application testing
Wireless network testing
Mobile application testing
Build and configuration review testing
Social engineering testing
A vulnerability assessment, often encompassing vulnerability scanning, is designed to help identify, classify and address security risks. Vulnerability assessment services also provide the ongoing support and advice needed to best mitigate any risks identified.
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