A stable IT environment is today considered the backbone of most businesses. It is indispensable for efficient production, customer service, delivery planning, project management, e-mail handling and much more. The stability of the IT environment affects the ability to work efficiently and retains customer confidence.
Secure IT supports you in a more stable IT environment to create the conditions for a secure delivery capability.
Secure IT is a reliable and proven concept for proactive security work aimed at creating a safer and more stable operation of IT environments through continuous vulnerability analyzes. Secure IT analyzes customer networks and servers (virtual or physical) up to once a day. As a basis for the analysis, threats and vulnerabilities are extracted from the most important sources in the world for a comprehensive analysis.
The analytics service is client-free, i.e. you do not need to install any software on servers. The analysis is performed directly in the network from our Secure IT Appliance™ (physical or virtual) that performs continuous vulnerability analyzes against selected IP addresses (single IP addresses and / or range of IP addresses). The service includes implementation, configuration and continuous vulnerability analyzes.
The goal of Secure IT is to identify vulnerabilities in your network, where you can access reports via a web interface as well as the Secure IT web app for iPhone and tablets. The reports have a customized user interface at the overall “Executive” level and “Detailed” action level.
The use of Secure IT is a good investment because it provides a continuous comprehensive picture of the vulnerabilities that can be exploited both internally and externally. The analyzes also serve as decision support for management and for the IT department and are useful before and during change management as well as for the daily operation of IT environments and systems.
Secure IT provides an opportunity to continuously detect vulnerabilities in its network and, through day-to-day reports, be able to remedy these.
The result of fewer vulnerable systems is less downtime, fewer interruptions and information loss. This results in higher quality of operation and lower costs.
If you know where the risks are, you can plan for how to avoid them. You can better use your resources, your time and your budget to achieve maximum results in a safe environment!
Secure IT Probe is optimized for businesses with less complex IT environments, otherwise see above for information about Secure IT Appliance / Probe. Choosing between Probe and Appliance is done in dialogue with a Secure IT reseller or partner.
A market-leading client-based vulnerability scan based on Secure IT’s leading vulnerability database with over 700,000 vulnerabilities and libraries.
Hacking attacks and hacking are more common than one might think, with the risk of someone entering the network. If this is bad, small unknown changes to an intrusion can affect the entire network and in some cases also be used as a springboard against other networks in attacks.
The purpose of penetration testing is to provide a picture of the vulnerability from the outside on the firewall and to propose measures to improve security. Furthermore, the purpose is to make you aware of the risks of identified vulnerabilities and thus significantly increase the level of security.
Penetration tests are performed by technical experts with extensive experience combining different technical tools to find and exploit vulnerabilities in systems and environments in a way that a potential intelligent attacker would do.
The most common forms of penetration testing can be automated while the more advanced steps always require manual steps and specialized tools.
During a penetration test, we check security by attempting to perform regular intrusion attempts against a network via external systems (firewalls, DMZ). This can be done by, for example, attacking a company’s firewall or wireless networks to then evaluate the security. If you can access one or more systems, you then make a feedback to see if it is possible to gain further access to other resources, even if these are not in immediate connection with the hacked systems.
The report we present after a penetration test gives an indication of the safety status of the analyzed systems as well as suggestions for improvement measures.
The results part of a penetration test report can ideally be short and concise but still contain concrete conclusions and recommendations. The report may have attachments containing more specific details, but the main part of the report should focus on what data is compromised and how. In order to be useful to the customer, the report describes the actual methods of attack and each identified deficiency is accompanied by at least one concrete action proposal.