We have years of experience in providing information assurance and information risk management services to all kinds of businesses. It does not matter whether you run a small start-up company or a large corporation, we will ensure your assets are protected and maintained efficiently. Our aim is to find the best form of protection for your business and provide you with the means to manage risks effectively in order to minimise financial costs and prevent damage to your reputation.
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With the ever growing and adapting threat of a cyber-attack looming over an organisation, a Cyber Vulnerability Audit (CVA) can be the best and most thorough way of discovering any potential security holes that a network might have.
A vulnerability audit is not to be confused with a security audit or a penetration test. The most significant difference lies in their differing goals.
A penetration test seeks to find system vulnerabilities that can be exploited to gain unauthorised access. A security audit is used to check that a system is compliant with a set of standards or policies. The goal of a vulnerability audit is to identify all potential vulnerabilities of a system. Not all of these will pose a threat to an organisation but once identified, their individual or aggregate risk can be assessed.
As a NCSC certified consultancy, Stratia Cyber can provide skilled professionals capable of performing a vulnerability audit or assessment to identify the vulnerabilities in your network. We can provide the information an organisation will require in a clear, understandable format in order to fix and protect themselves from a potential attacker.