Today, businesses rely on digital data to run their operations, and this data is often highly sensitive in nature. This data can include confidential business information, financial records, and personal data of customers and employees. Organizations face an ever-increasing threat landscape, with cyber attackers leveraging a growing array of tactics, techniques, and procedures to compromise systems and steal data.
Vulnerability management is a crucial aspect of cybersecurity that organizations must implement to safeguard their assets from cyber threats. If left unaddressed, these vulnerabilities can lead to data breaches, financial losses, reputational damage, and regulatory fines. Therefore, organizations of all sizes and industries should use vulnerability management to identify, prioritize, and remediate vulnerabilities in a proactive and systematic manner.
To simplify and automate the Vulnerability Assessment, CyStack develops a security vulnerability scanning and monitoring tool for web applications, called CyStack Web Security (CWS). CWS helps organizations scan sub-domains and addresses in the private network, and discover vulnerabilities by using fuzzing and our own vulnerability database.
With CWS, new vulnerabilities are monitored continuously and alerted automatically right the moment they are detected. CWS also provides a platform to manage, track, prioritize, and suggest remediations for the findings. Moreover, organizations can integrate CWS with CI/CD and productivity tools.
Penetration testing is a critical component of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy that helps organizations identify vulnerabilities in their systems and networks. CyStack offers expert penetration testing services that simulate real-world cyber attacks to identify weaknesses and provide recommendations for remediation.
Our methodology includes a comprehensive evaluation of an organization's systems, networks, and applications, using the latest tools and techniques. Our team of expert testers performs a range of tests, including network and application penetration testing, infrastructure and network testing, to identify potential vulnerabilities that could be exploited.
We support business in lauching and managing bug bounty programs in WhiteHub, the 1st and the biggest crowdsourced security platform developed by CyStack in Vietnam.
The purpose of a bug bounty program is to identify and address security vulnerabilities in a timely and efficient manner, while also providing a safe and secure environment for ethical hackers to report vulnerabilities. This can help organizations to improve their security posture and reduce the risk of cyber-attacks and data breaches.
Get an overview of your security posture just on one screen
Discover automatically new vulnerabilities and attack surfaces
Collaborate effortlessly with your team, CXOs, and our security experts
Get all details of each vulnerability (descriptions, steps to reproduce) and comprehensive, actionable guidelines to resolve it.
Comment and discuss directly on each finding, avoiding endless phone calls and emails
Prioritize the most effective solutions based on ROI and optimize your developers' time
Speed up the security testing process with a streamlined approach
Integrate findings into your productivity tools (Slack, Jira, Trello)
The CyStack Audit Team is a group of highly skilled security testers who use a goal-oriented approach to testing, refined through years of experience and extensive testing. Our team members have a unique blend of app development and security testing expertise, enabling them to conduct comprehensive security evaluations that uncover potential risks for organizations.
Members of this team are also regular speakers at world-known cyber security conferences and also talented bug hunters who discovered many critical vulnerabilities in the products and are acknowledged in the Hall of Fame of global tech giants such as IBM, HP, Daimler, Microsoft, Alibaba, etc.
CyStack also offers a bug bounty platform WhiteHub.net that enables access to over 3000 security researchers to discover critical vulnerabilities in products, including those not discoverable by using traditional solutions and automated tools.
After finishing the penetration testing, you will receive a security certificate which serves as proof that your system has undergone rigorous testing and has been certified safe by our team of security experts.
By obtaining this certificate, you can demonstrate to your customers and partners that you take security seriously and have taken steps to ensure the protection of their sensitive data. This can also be used to showcase your commitment to security and can help differentiate your company from competitors who may not have undergone similar testing.
CyStack's pentest provides comprehensive testing that encompasses all the essential requirements necessary to attain compliance with ISO 27001, HIPAA, SOC2, GDPR standards, and other frameworks.
Defining the scope of vulnerability management, identifying the architecture, components and infrastructure of each in-scope assets, understanding the business processes and the required standard, legal or regulatory compliance, prioritizing the assets based on their criticality and creating effective and well-organized plan of vulnerability management accordingly.
Performing OSINT information gathering, deciding correct vulnerability scan strategy according to requirements and compliance, running vulnerability scans using tools, examining the infrastructure security (with documentations if provided).
Applying the business and technology context to scanner results to point out which the actual vulnerabilities are, filtering false positive results by validating security issues manually, prioritizing found vulnerabilities based on risk and level of impact.
Creating a clear and concise report that contains concrete information for each vulnerability, such as, title, ID, description, severity score, steps to reproduce, recommendations, etc.
Performing vulnerability scan and assessment periodically, alerting security issues early with threat intelligent and in real time via vulnerability management platform, consulting up-to-date best practices that fit the business, reviewing security policies, procedures and controls regularly.
Rescanning the systems to identify if applied fixes are effective, performing dynamic analysis manually by security analysts to ensure all patches work perfectly, reviewing the attack surface after vulnerability remediation.
Prioritizing remediation based on risk ranking, informing well-structured action plan to implement recommendation or remediation, reviewing the root-cause of vulnerabilities with customers, providing best security mitigations in case of risk acceptance due to the business processes.