Protect Your Environment And Your Reputation
Identify and eliminate vulnerabilities in your
constantly evolving IT environment
Vulnerability Management is the bedrock of effective CyberSecurity
- Understand your risk exposure across ALL devices
- Effectively prioritise your remediation activities
- Track historical remediation progress
- Measure the effectiveness of existing operational security activities
- Enhance the chance of passing audits on the first attempt
- Understand where you need to focus investment
Once operational, the Vulnerability Management solution provides the effective intelligence needed to correctly target follow on activities.
We’re the specialists. We can get you up and running quickly, effectively, with tooling and strategy that meets your business requirements and budget.
We partner with leading Vulnerability Management software providers, such as Tenable, Rapid 7, Kenna and Qualys to deliver the best fit solution for your requirements.
Propellent’s Vulnerability Management team are skilled cyber professionals with extensive experience implementing and supporting Vulnerability Management solutions.
The Propellent Advantage
Propellent offer a spectrum of delivery approaches.
Options include handing over to your in-house IT teams to run the solution as an on-going concern, or we can provide a service to manage the solution for you.
We also offer flexible support and on demand consultancy to suit your exact requirements.
Most security breaches exploit known and well documented vulnerabilities. This makes having a well defined process in place to manage vulnerabilities crucial.
The first stage in managing vulnerabilities is a scan to assess the potential risks your organisation may currently have. This has to include all device types across all locations, including cloud.
Testing and scanning can help identify these vulnerabilities, predict their likelihood, and assess the possible impact if they were to be exploited.
Once the risks are understood, then they can be prioritised, and remediation/mitigation actions can occur.
This is a cyclical activity, and with the increasingly number of zero day exploits appearing, a critical activity to safeguard your organisation.