Vulnerability Assessment is the systematic analysis of the security vulnerabilities in the computer
networks, hardware, applications and systems. It is essential to perform the vulnerability assessment
of all the systems of the organisation so that pre-emptive measures can be adopted at an earlier stage
to mitigate the risks. Our professional experts possess relevant and vast expertise in this area and
have delivered their services efficiently to clients.
A comprehensive vulnerability test identifies, prioritizes, and assigns severity levels to the identified
weaknesses, and recommends how to mitigate them.
GRC360 offers complete vulnerability assessment service designed to identify system
vulnerabilities, validate existing security measures and provide a detailed remediation roadmap.
Our team, equipped with the latest tools and industry-specific test scenarios, is ready to deliver a
thorough checkup to pinpoint system vulnerabilities, as well as flaws in OS, loopholes in
configurations, and potentially dangerous non-compliance with security policies.
We conduct a proper vulnerability assessment by using these steps in order to achieve the clear,
correct and concise assessment results.
1. Defining and planning the scope of testing
2. Vulnerability identification
In the second phase we conduct a vulnerability scan of IT infrastructure and make a complete list of
the underlying security threats. To achieve this step, we do an automated vulnerability scan as well
as a manual penetration test to validate findings and reduce false positives.
In the analysis phase we use a scanning tool to attain a detailed report containing different risk ratings
and scores for vulnerabilities. After the careful analysis of the scores we identify which vulnerabilities
needs to be dealt with first and prioritize them based on the factors such as severity, urgency,
potential damage, and risk so that these vulnerabilities can be fixed.
4. Treating the vulnerabilities
In this last phase, remediation method is used to fix the vulnerabilities identified and analysed in the
previous phase. Remediation involves fixing a vulnerability fully to prevent any exploitation. It can be
achieved through the fresh installation of security tools, or a product update. The vulnerability remediation process is based on the priorities set during the analysis phase and requires the
participation of all stakeholders.