It is accepted best practice for organisations to carry out annual manual penetration testing of internet-facing infrastructure and internal network systems. This can be driven by compliance requirements (PCI DSS, Code of Connection, FSA or Data Protection Act), customer/supplier stipulations, or an understanding of how security holes can translate into significant business risk.
Vulnerability Management (VM) and Response is the process of taking your current manual penetration testing program to the next level of readiness. Implementing a Vulnerability Management program within your enterprise is critical to a strong security posture, since your organisation could meet security requirements today and yet be compromised tomorrow.
Securing your organisation’s IT infrastructure and information assets is a resource-intensive task: performing automated scans to supplement your manual penetration testing program is an effective way to mitigate business risk from newly discovered security vulnerabilities.
CST provide options alongside training courses and support services to help mitigate risk. Our approach from identifying vulnerabilities to monitoring and enhancing your security solution in tandem with cohesive policy compliance, help to reduce costs and streamline operations.
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