Powerhouse Vulnerability Management
The first step in vulnerability management is to enumerate and classify the vulnerabilities that exist on the network. You cannot fix what you do not know.
Many organizations have a good idea of what is on their network, but few know for sure. Today’s networks are no longer simple static collections of physical machines. There are virtual machines, VPNs, and personal PCs the size of a deck of cards. Employees can deploy new hosts and enable new services quickly and easily, often without authorization. Unfortunately, enumerating these systems and their inherent vulnerabilities can be a difficult, time-consuming task for IT personnel. This is where NetworkScout can help. NetworkScout Vulnerability Scanning simplifies the process to deliver a straightforward report that IT management can use to make risk-based decisions about how to secure the network.
Know your Network
NetworkScout Vulnerability Scanning begins the process of securing your network by identifying the available hosts and services and identifying common flaws and vulnerabilities. After each host is detected, we determine the operating system and begin probing the host for open ports. The communications with each open port are then analyzed to identify the type, and, if possible, the software version of the service listening on that port. This information is then compared to an extensive list of known vulnerabilities.
After the scanning period, our consultants manually review each result-set for accuracy, to remove false positives and negatives, and then summarize the data into a one-page executive summary. This concise summary outlines the most significant areas of concern, giving business executives the information necessary to make business-case risk decisions. The final report also includes a custom format detailing all of the vulnerabilities discovered during the scan.
NetworkScout is scoped based on the number of hosts/IP ranges you want included in the scans. During the scoping discussion with you, we will determine if the testing will include internal, external, or network ranges from both. The base scope for NetworkScout is up to 5,120 hosts (20 class C sized networks), with more than that requiring additional scoping.
Secure Ideas’ pricing for NetworkScout is an annual fee based on the size of the network in scope, and the frequency of testing.
*Quarterly and monthly pricing above the base threshold will require additional scoping discussion(s) with the client.
|$500 per quarter
|$400 per month
This service is included with a NetworkScout subscription at no additional cost, but does have a cost as a standalone service.
|$100 per month