The outcome of a vulnerability assessment is a report that prioritises each issue based on severity.
The process behind the exercise relies on automation and each finding is validated by a security professional to determine false-positives to be removed.
The types of vulnerabilities identified typically relate to missing security patches, default or weak passwords, digital certificate misconfigurations and insecure protocols.
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Vulnerability assessments play an essential role in an active cyber security strategy that seeks to identify risks and cyber threats before they become an issue to deal with. They go hand-in-hand with other types of cyber security testing and enhance the results. They cover a number of key areas.
Regularly scheduled vulnerability assessments can be a boon for companies' security postures. By finding, evaluating and remediating vulnerabilities, security teams can reduce the attack surface for hackers. In many cases, vulnerability assessments can provide critical compliance with regulations and other requirements.
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