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Unified, vulnerability scanning identifies rogue internal and external entry points within your network which are at risk to hackers and gives a bird’s eye view of measures that can be taken to harden your IT Networks.



Vulnerability scanning can help you stay ahead of malicious attacks. It lets you identify and prevent vulnerabilities from being exploited.  With almost 70 new hidden vulnerabilities identified every day, you would need to be a super hero with X-ray vision to find them all. Or, you can let Zypha do it for you. Our external scanners check network firewalls and other “perimeter” defenses, whereas our internal scanners check every device within the network. 

Your organization has what hackers want — a treasure trove of customer and employee personally identifiable information (PII). Cybercriminals scan your computer systems from the outside for vulnerabilities in your firewall
(if you have one). Once breached, hackers use automation to quickly probe every single device connected to your network, looking for an opening to gain administrative access to take over a computer or even the entire network. For cybercriminals, it’s not the size of the business that matters, it’s the ease of access. Although many small and midsize businesses think they’re too insignificant to draw
the attention of hackers, breach reports prove otherwise with 66% experiencing a cyberattack in the past 12 months.

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Vulnerabilities can exist on your network for years before they’re exploited. Proactively scanning for vulnerabilities can significantly reduce your security risk profile. Identifying and closing vulnerabilities before they’re exploited can save your organization time, money, and frustration. Overlooking even one of the vulnerabilities could escalate into something severe. What's more concerning is that, according to the IBM Cost of a Data Breach report, it takes an average of 287 days to detect and contain a data breach. Additionally, Ransomware attacks are spiking exponentially. Do you have the right people, processes, and technologies in place to protect your business against such sophisticated attacks?

Our enhanced IT security service involves setting up one or more dedicated security vulnerability scanners on your computer network. The scanner is designed to check
every device on your network — including servers, desktop computers, mobile devices, printers, network phones, etc. — and look for known vulnerabilities. We also use our external scanners to perform the same vulnerability tests on your firewall, just like a hacker would do. Don’t put your business at risk by ignoring potential network vulnerabilities. The question is no longer “What if someone exploits a vulnerability on our network?” but rather “When will someone exploit a vulnerability on our network?” We can help eliminate the risks by identifying and remediating those vulnerabilities before someone else discovers them.


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