What is VAPT?

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) is a term used to describe security testing that is designed to identify and help address cyber security vulnerabilities. The meaning of VAPT can vary from one geographical region to another, either as a bracket for multiple distinct services, or a single, combined offering. VAPT as a whole could include anything from automated vulnerability assessments to human-led penetration testing and red team operations.

When put into simple words, there are two ways of testing vulnerability of a system;

  • (*)   Vulnerability Assessment.
  • (*)   Penetration Testing.

What are the benefits of performing VAPT?

  • (*)   It will provide you with a thorough assessment of your application.
  • (*)   It will assist you in identifying security flaws or faults that might lead to catastrophic cyber-attacks.
  • (*)   VAPT provides a more complete picture of the dangers posed to your network or application.
  • (*)   It assists businesses in defending their data and systems from harmful assaults.
  • (*)   Compliance standards necessitate the use of VAPT.
  • (*)   Defends your company against data loss and unwanted access.
  • (*)   It will assist you in safeguarding your data from both external and internal dangers.

Why would your organization need VAPT?

Vulnerabilities exist in all levels of a computing system (on-premise and cloud) regardless of the organization’s size. There’s a big misconception that small and medium-sized businesses are spared by cyber attackers. But this is far from reality. As the security of small businesses is usually relaxed, attackers incline towards them. Many times, organizations say they don’t require vulnerability risk assessments because they’re such a small organization. But this false belief could prove very costly for a business, big or small – SME or MNC. The security loopholes in your IT infrastructure are:

Strengthen your defences with VAPT

 Identify The Security Loopholes

 Improve Cyber Resilience

 Avoid Data Breaches

 Inspect Network Defence System

 Protect Organizational Data

 Comply with Security Standards