Vulnerability
Management

Your business is only as strong as your security posture. Our continuous Vulnerability Management Services serve as a baseline for us to collaborate to discover the critical assets, threats and vulnerabilities relevant to your organization. deepwatch provides the people, process and technologies to fully or partially administer vulnerability management programs that fit your unique needs and requirements.

What are the benefits of continuous vulnerability management?

Visibility and measurement of your organization’s assets, threats and vulnerabilities

Insights into the impact of changes within your environments

A rapid response to vulnerability exploits through risk-based prioritization

  • Vulnerability program management:

    Fully managed end-to-end vulnerability management program development and administration

  • Asset identification:

    Complete visibility of assets on the network

  • Asset profiling:

    Assets profiled by function, services, environment, lifecycle and more

  • Risk based remediation:

    Vulnerability patching and remediation efforts prioritization by customer-specific risk based scoring

  • Flexibility and scalability:

    Services tailored to your organization’s
    specific needs

  • Remediation guidance:

    Assistance for infrastructure, application, or business owners for remediation of vulnerabilities and prioritization

Why should you choose deepwatch for continuous Vulnerability Management services?

Our unique methodology ensures that you have clear visibility into the vulnerabilities that pose the biggest risk to your organization. In collaboration with your team, we’ll identify the barriers that prevent you from successfully tracking, patching and remediating vulnerabilities.

We kick off every engagement by meeting with your team to build consensus on how vulnerabilities will be identified, prioritized, remediated and measured. Throughout the engagement, we provide clearly defined metrics to continually identify current risks and overall program maturity and progress.

Finally, when managing your vulnerability program, we provide patch management advice and prioritization to stop threat actors from breaching networks or laterally moving within them. We identify and assist in remediating tactics within the MITRE ATT&CK™ framework.

What You Get

Vulnerability Management
Service Features

  • Vulnerability Assessments
  • Vulnerability Intelligence Analysis
  • Vulnerability Risk Reporting
  • Vulnerability Program Management

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Vulnerability management can be defined as the continuous process of identifying, analyzing, prioritizing and remediating weak points in your organization’s cybersecurity. Vulnerabilities are classified as any potential exposure or risk to an organization that could need mitigation or corrective action to remediate. The best approach to vulnerability management is to be as proactive as possible—hunting for possible threats, patching potential weak points before they become exploited and staying on top of updates that provide risk to the organization.

Continuous vulnerability management is vital to the health and longevity of any business. As technology gets more advanced and complicated, more and more vulnerabilities are opened that threat actors could exploit — and these open weaknesses can change daily. Vulnerability patching has become a top concern for many businesses as one in three breaches can be traced back to an unpatched vulnerability. Network, server and endpoint vulnerabilities need to be monitored at all times in order to prevent breaches from damaging your organization financially and from harming the trust your customers have in your business.

Vulnerability programs: 1) identify vulnerabilities proactively, 2) analyze and evaluate the vulnerabilities to identify cause/issue, 3) prioritize the vulnerability with active threat intelligence to help decide when a vulnerability should be remediated or mitigated actions should be put in place, and 4) prepare to report remediation or mitigation activity around your business vulnerability posture. Vulnerability management teams analyze your current system and access points to determine  A) if a possible patchable vulnerability exists and B) if not, how a defense can be put in place to prevent an attack from succeeding. This process is never-ending and is done through adjusting group policy settings, updating and patching vulnerabilities and evaluating changes in the cybersecurity landscape.

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