Vulnerability Testing

Maor's Vulnerability Testing service provides detailed insights into your organisation's security weaknesses, ensuring you can identify and fix vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by cybercriminals.

Vulnerability Testing

Vulnerability Testing is an essential component of your organization's overall security strategy. Maor conducts regular, high-level security scanning to identify vulnerabilities in your network, systems, and applications. It identifies where defenses may be weak and prioritizes the most critical areas in need of immediate attention. Maor offers comprehensive vulnerability testing services that will give you a detailed understanding of your organization's attack surface and help you identify and remediate vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by cybercriminals.

How we help our clients

1. Identification

Vulnerability identification is the process of identifying weaknesses and vulnerabilities in your organization's network, systems, and applications that could be exploited by cyber criminals. By identifying these vulnerabilities early on, it can help to prioritize and remediate issues before they are breached.

2. Prioritise

Vulnerability prioritisation is the process of evaluating and ranking identified vulnerabilities according to the level of risk they pose to your organisation. This allows you to focus on addressing the most critical vulnerabilities first, while still taking care of the less-critical ones, it also helps to efficiently allocate resources and maintain an effective defence against cyber threats.

3. Remediation

Vulnerability Remediation is the process of addressing the vulnerabilities found in an organisations IT infrastructure. It involves identifying the cause of the vulnerability and implementing a plan of action to eliminate it through patching, configuration changes, or other forms of mitigation. This ensures that the vulnerabilities are not used by cybercriminals as an attack vector, maintaining the overall security posture of the organization.