Best practice includes knowledge of any vulnerability in different environments and technologies.
Threat actors generally use CVEs to attack a target. CVE stands for Common Vulnerabilites and Exposures and should be understood as known vulnerabilities. These CVEs are publicly available and provide system intrusion information (exploits). Criminals use these exploits and gain access to the target system.
If an organization does nothing about a vulnerability that has been made public, it is only a matter of time before unauthorized access occurs. Therefore, it is crucial, for example, to regularly check the version of an applied software or an implemented hardware and to keep it up-to-date.
We monitor all of your assets in real time and identify vulnerabilities in your systems by detecting the latest versions. When a vulnerable system is detected, an alert is generated. This gives you the opportunity to take action before the vulnerability is exploited and the system is broken into.
- Vulnerable version detection
- Assessment of all assets potentially at risk from vulnerabilities (assets)
- Safety precautions (mitigation)
- Risk assessment
We provide information from official sources such as NVD and display the risk score of CVEs in real time so you can check the risk score of your vulnerable system.
Secure your IT infrastructure with proactive threat hunting.
CS VISOR Security Services is happy to advise you on Cyber Threat Intelligence, Phishing Protection, Managed Services, and Information Security Training.