The Challenges Of Risk Management
A comprehensive Vulnerability Assessment demands a combination of security, networking, and software development expertise. Non-security entities may lack the in-house capabilities to conduct a thorough assessment.
Vulnerability Assessment involves analyzing an organization's systems and networks to detect vulnerabilities. The complexity of these systems can hinder the comprehensive identification and assessment of potential vulnerabilities.
In the dynamic systems and networks arena, fresh vulnerabilities arise regularly. This underscores the constant essence of Vulnerability Assessment, necessitating ongoing monitoring and improvements. Non-security entities may find keeping up with these changes challenging.
Performing Vulnerability Assessment can be resource-intensive and time-consuming, particularly for larger organizations with intricate systems. Non-security firms might lack the dedicated resources and personnel needed for a thorough vulnerability assessment.
CyStack Web Security (CWS) is a Security vulnerability scanning and monitoring for web applications developed by CyStack. It streamlines and automates Vulnerability Assessment by prioritizing:
CWS performs automated vulnerability scanning on web applications and hosts, unveiling potential weaknesses that their owners might not have detected.
CWS empowers organizations to evaluate vulnerabilities by their severity and potential impact, leveraging the CVSS Score as an essential metric. This approach enables organizations to strategically address the most crucial vulnerabilities first.
CWS conducts continuous scans to detect vulnerabilities, promptly notifying organizations of newly identified risks. This proactive approach enables organizations to remain current and take swift action against emerging vulnerabilities.
CWS assists organizations in monitoring their progress in mitigating vulnerabilities over time, ensuring a consistent advancement in reducing the risk of cyberattacks.
Collecting information about a target tech stack, network, and infrastructure.
CWS employs a method involving the injection of extensive random data, known as 'fuzzing', into software to uncover vulnerabilities. This technique aims to trigger crashes or unexpected behavior. By leveraging this technology, CWS identifies 0-day and unexplored vulnerabilities within the target system.
We consistently obtain fresh CVE IDs, 1-day vulnerabilities, and exploited flaws from reputable sources. Our team subsequently crafts PoC code for these matters, seamlessly integrating them into CWS.
Testing a web app with authenticated credentials increases vulnerability detection and access potential. CWS provides two methods for scanning behind logins: Header modification (Cookies and auth tokens) and Basic authentication.
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
Obtain comprehensive vulnerability details including descriptions, reproduction steps, and actionable guidelines for resolution.
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
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.
Communicating with the client to understand their requirements and setting the scope of the project.
Based on the requirements, create a detailed plan for the assessment, including the methodology and tools to be used
Setting up the CWS and conduct the vulnerability assessment according to the plan and document all findings
Reporting vulnerabilities immediately after finding out via CyStack vulnerability management platform.
Archiving project-related data and officially closing the project.
Communicating with the client to ensure that all recommendations are implemented and verifying that the system is secure.
Presenting the findings in a detailed report that includes executive summary and detailed vulnerability.
The client fixes issues through the recommendations from CyStack.