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What is a Vulnerability Assessment?

SecuScan empowers organizations to find vulnerabilities before an adversary does. Our fully managed vulnerability assessment service, operated by certified security professionals, was developed to help identify, categorize, and prioritize vulnerabilities while producing easy to understand remediation strategies in a comprehensive report.

SecuScan integrates well into an existing security strategy. Our service can guide compliance, best practices, and cyber insurance requirements, resulting in increased confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your networks.

Reasons to conduct a vulnerability assessment

Maintain Consistent Security – The constant shifts in the security landscape means that your infrastructure is under consistent scrutiny by adversaries. For this reason, consistently testing your infrastructure to ensure adequate protection against cybersecurity threats is crucial.

Comply with Cybersecurity Insurance Requirements – Companies that are concerned about data theft, ransomware or other paralyzing incidents, are looking for cyber insurance. Insurance companies are now requiring companies to attest to having proper security measures in place. One of these requirements is vulnerability testing or penetration testing. Complying with their request will check this box and help your company qualify for cyber insurance.

Meet Security Compliance Needs – Similar to insurance companies, many security compliance standards include vulnerability assessments as part of their standards. While many security compliance standards suggest periodic vulnerability assessments, many others now require it. If your company is considering qualifying for a particular compliance certification, implementing a vulnerability assessment program will help your corporation achieve compliance.

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SecuScan Service Highlights

Internal, External and Web Application Capable – SecuScan is capable of assessing all of your major network infrastructures.

Certified Professionals – All SecuScan assessments are set up, deployed, monitored, analyzed, and produced by certified security professionals.

Executive summary included in each report – All reports that are produced by SecuScan come include an executive summary as part of the main report.

Report review – All SecuScan reports include a report review meeting with one of our security professionals to help answer any questions that the customer may have.

Network segmentation – network segments are neatly organized and separated for ease of reference and understanding.

Vulnerabilities separated in order of urgency – vulnerabilities are organized in order of importance so that the most urgent ones can be referenced and remediated first.

Cost effective – By comparison, vulnerability assessments are less costly than a full penetration test. They can also be completed in much less time. For companies that require regular assessments, vulnerability assessments may be the right choice.

Easy to deploy – Vulnerability assessments can be scheduled, set up and deployed in a short period of time.

Nonintrusive – SecuScan vulnerability assessments are not intrusive. It will not cause interference with network infrastructure or degradation.

Highly scalable – SecuScan can be deployed and scaled to meet the needs of networks of any size.

Partner Benefits

Access to the Growing Security Market

Through the partnership with SecuSolutions, partners can provide mission critical security consulting services including vulnerability assessments and penetration testing.

Recurring Revenues MRR

Due to compliance and insurance requirements, vulnerability assessments are in increasing demand. SecuScan can be used to conduct recurring assessments on a frequent basis, which brings in regular recurring revenues.

OEM Branding Offer

SecuScan reports can be rebranded in our partner’s or their customers corporate image at no extra cost. Reports are also delivered with an executive summary written by one of our certified security professionals.

No Front Load Costs

SecuSolutions does not charge up front costs or require bulk license purchases. You pay for what you use.

Generous Partner Discounts

Our partners receive favorable costing on our services that allow for substantial margins.

Ancillary Sales Opportunities

The SecuScan vulnerability assessment service will discover issues. Those issues will need to be remediated following our report recommendations. As your customers provider, you can use the reports to leverage additional consulting services.

Rapidly Deployable

Depending on the scope, SecuScan can commence within 5 business days.

Full Sales Support

We realize that selling security can be a challenging task, and as such we offer our partners extensive training and sales presentation support. We will also assign a member of our team to help where needed as needed.

Marketing Collateral

We have assembled a library of documentation, videos, and marketing material for use by our partners. If you need help critiquing a marketing piece you created, we can do that. If you need some marketing guidance, we can offer that too.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a vulnerability assessment and a penetration test?

A vulnerability assessment is a systematic review of security weaknesses in an information system. It evaluates if the system is susceptible to any known vulnerabilities, assigns severity levels to those vulnerabilities, and recommends remediation or mitigation if and whenever needed.

A penetration test (pen test) is an authorized simulated attack performed on a computer system to evaluate its security. Penetration testers use the same tools, techniques, and processes as attackers to find and demonstrate the business impacts of weaknesses in a system.

How long does a vulnerability scan take to complete?

Depending on the scope, a vulnerability assessment may take as little as two days to as many as seven on average.

Is the SecuScan service automated?

The scanning portions of the vulnerability assessment is automated. The scoping, set up, deployment, data analysis, report writing, and delivery is conducted by a certified security professional.

What makes SecuScan different then others?

Many vulnerability assessments are fully automated, leaving significant room for false positives and inaccurate reporting. The SecuScan service involves a certified security professional throughout the entire process of set up, deployment, data analysis, report writing and delivery ensuring the highest quality and most accurate report available.

What kind of report does SecuScan produce?

SecuScan can report on internal, external and web application vulnerabilities.

Can the report findings be remediated easily?

One of the many advantages of the SecuScan assessment service is the reporting. Each report is analysed and prepared by a certified security professional. The reports are developed for ease of understanding and are laid out in a very logical manner for ease of remediation.

How is a vulnerability assessment scoped?

The SecuScan vulnerability scoping process begins with a questionnaire that is used to provide vital information about the scope and goals of the assessment. That questionnaire is discussed in a formal meeting with the customer to further ensure that the scope, the assessment goals, and expectations are met. Once this has been confirmed the assessment schedule is determined and the set up and deployment commences.