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What is Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing ?

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing is a sort of security testing that examines an application, network, endpoint, or cloud for flaws. The Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing have distinct advantages, and they’re typically used together to generate a comprehensive analysis

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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s important to regularly evaluate the organization’s cyber security because hackers’ methods, techniques, and tools for breaking into networks are always getting better. VAPT contributes to the security of your company by identifying security problems and providing guidance on how to fix them. VAPT is becoming more and more important for firms that want to adhere to regulations and standards such as  the GDPR, ISO 27001, SOC2 and PCI DSS

A vulnerability assessment is the process of identifying, quantifying, and prioritizing (or ranking) the vulnerabilities in a system. A Vulnerability Assessment (VA) examines, discovers, and discloses known vulnerabilities first. It generates a report that details the vulnerability’s categorization and priority. 

A penetration test, colloquially known as a pen test or ethical hacking, is an authorized simulated cyberattack on a computer system, performed to evaluate the security of the system; this is not to be confused with a vulnerability assessment. The test is performed to identify weaknesses (also referred to as vulnerabilities), including the potential for unauthorized parties to gain access to the system’s features and data, as well as strengths, enabling a full risk assessment to be completed

The process typically identifies the target systems and a particular goal, then reviews available information and undertakes various means to attain that goal. A penetration test target may be a white box (about which background and system information are provided in advance to the tester) or a black box (about which only basic information—if any—other than the company name is provided). A gray box penetration test is a combination of the two (where limited knowledge of the target is shared with the auditor