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Overview

Better understand and manage cyber security risks

Business growth, digitalisation and the evolving threat landscape create constant security challenges for your organisation. Redscan’s Vulnerability Assessment service helps you to respond by identifying, classifying and addressing security risks and providing the ongoing support and guidance to best mitigate them.

Benefits

Key benefits of a Vulnerability Assessment

Identifies at-risk assets

Gain help with identifying the systems, applications and data at greatest risk of being targeted.

Validates the suitability of security controls

Benefit from a review of how well your internal and external defences detect, limit and withstand the latest threats.

Informs security investments

Understand which cyber security risks require the most attention and receive actionable guidance to best mitigate them.

Provides strategic advice

Receive recommendations that will help secure your organisation now and in the future.

Timing

When a vulnerability assessment
could be beneficial

  • Prior to undertaking a formal compliance audit
  • Writing data and information security policies
  • Planning an incident response strategy
  • Procuring security products and services

Expertise

Our security qualifications

Why choose Redscan?

A trusted partner for pen testing

  • One of the highest accredited UK pentesting companies
  • A deep understanding of how hackers operate
  • In-depth threat analysis and advice you can trust
  • Complete post-test care for effective risk remediation
  • Multi award-winning offensive security services
  • Avg. >9/10 customer satisfaction, 95% retention rate

            

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13th July 2020
‘123456’ still the most popular online password

An analysis of over a billion breached credentials has revealed that one in every 142 people uses the password '123456', increasing their vulnerability to hackers.

7th July 2020
Significant rise in volume and size of fines for data breaches predicted
A new study has suggested that the number and value of fines for data breaches will increase dramatically between now and 2025. This is thought to be because employees have access to more data than ever before.
26th June 2020
One million phishing scams reported to NCSC in just two months
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has received one million reports of scam emails since launching its new reporting service in April. More than half of online scams reported were fake cryptocurrency investment lures.