How a network vulnerability scanner works?

A vulnerability assessment is a key responsibility of any IT security team or managed security service provider. It helps to report on any security vulnerabilities that exist in an organisation’s system and software.

Vulnerabilities can be managed only if they have been discovered and identified. RedSpam offers two distinct scanning engines designed to test Web Applications and computer systems for vulnerabilities.

RedSpam Security Assessment Step-by-Step

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Four Lessons Learned about Cyber Security during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The world has experienced an unprecedented crisis that has caused chaos in the global economy, disrupting supply chains, and transforming society. The new reality is accelerating business model transformation at a faster pace than ever before to ensure existential survival in a crisis for which no one was prepared. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced everyone to become heavily reliant on the internet and its digital economy that mainly relates to the unprecedented pressure on the digital architecture and supply chain dependencies.

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How does Zero Trust Network reduce the business risk of working remotely?

The ability to work from anywhere means that IT must prioritise user-experience. Access to private applications should not require VPN or waiting for traffic to be backhauled to a datacentre just to go out to public cloud. Gartner predicts that in the aftermath of COVID-19, 74% of companies will move some employees to remote working permanently. Are your security and mobility teams prepared for working remotely anywhere?

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Four Solutions for Remote Working Safety and Security

The rise of sophisticated malware is a dangerous threat for remote workers and organisations. Besides the normal cyber threats, cyber attacks are being carried out by different countries targeting some key sectors, where personal data is found. Robust cooperative security malware protection across the organisation and segmenting the network to prevent threat propagation are key to securing your organisation’s network.

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57% remote workers in security risk during lockdown

Most IT leaders believe remote workers are a security risk for their organisations amid lockdown, as they can expose their company’s network to the threat of a data breach. A new survey by cyber security providers, shows 57% IT decision-makers in the UK believe workforce remote practices put the organisation data under threat. This figure has inclined steadily from 44% in 2018 and 50% in 2019.

Last year, 47% of IT leaders in the UK admitted their remote workers had already knowingly put corporate data at risk of a breach; this has now dropped slightly to 44%.

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Cyber Security Best Practices During Coronavirus Outbreak

Organisations’ online assets are critical to business performance and during these current circumstances, cyber attackers are not losing the opportunity to exploit weaknesses, whether they are technical flaws our cloud misconfiguration, which can prove very costly and damage a company’s reputation.

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How to Detect, Hunt, and Respond to the Latest Threats

In light of the current shifting dynamics that are forcing everyone to work from home (for a much longer than anticipated amount of time), we must all adapt and now gain visibility of a decentralised environment to be able to quickly detect and respond to security issues as they still continue to arise - if not more so, as bad actors are taking advantage of the Covid-19 situation.

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