VulScan is purpose-built for MSPs and for IT Pros inside companies that handle their own IT security. It has all the features you need for both internal and external vulnerability management, and even includes an optional portable scanner that you can tote from one location to another for ad hoc scans without consuming additional licenses. Best of all, VulScan is priced so that cost is no longer a barrier to scanning as many assets as you need, as frequently as you want. That’s why our slogan is “Vulnerability Management For The Rest of Us!
Best practices from every organization — from National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to the Center for Internet Security (CIS) — call for ongoing vulnerability management. And in today’s hostile cyber world, regular network vulnerability scanning has become a “must-have/must do” extra layer of cyber security protection for every network you manage, regardless of size.
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If you’re an MSP or MSSP, VulScan’s unique licensing model puts you in position to start offering Vulnerability Management as a service with recurring revenue.
Every client is exposed to cyber threats, regardless of size. We’ve done the hard work to define a portfolio of profitable vulnerability management services that are scaled and priced to meet the needs of every client, from micro-businesses all the way up to corporate giants.
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VulScan is an affordable cloud-based vulnerability management platform. It includes the software needed to spin up an unlimited number of virtual network scanner appliances using Hyper-V or VMWare, and a cloud-based portal to control the scanners and manage the discovered issues.
For internal network scanning, the appliances can be installed on any existing computer that has excess capacity on the network, or installed on a dedicated box to be permanently installed. You can add multiple scanners and configure them each to scan separate parts of the network to get even faster results pushed into the same client site dashboard at no additional cost.
For external scanning, the appliances are installed on the MSP’s data center or other remote location and “pointed” to the public facing IP addresses of the target network.
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VulScan goes beyond basic vulnerability scanning. It helps MSPs develop new revenue streams, and helps internal IT professionals improve security without breaking the budget.
–> Create revenue opportunities and/or justify your IT spend by adding vulnerability scanning to your IT security routine
–> Stay “front and center” with your network security program by providing monthly updates to your clients or executive team
–> Differentiate yourself from your peers and competitors by offering enhanced cyber security services when others don’t
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We surveyed thousands of MSPs and hundreds of Internal IT Pros to learn how many actually perform vulnerability scans, how frequently they do it, and why. The results aren’t surprising and are shared by both MSPs and multi-functional IT professionals who handle IT security in-house. In both cases, the survey highlights the need for regular, affordable vulnerability scanning delivered by Vulscan.
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Vulnerability scanner software only scans what it is configured for. Depending on the type of scan, the tool scans specific interfaces to invoke a response from the targeted devices. For example, if you want the tool to detect outdated operating system versions in your network, it will test the network devices accordingly.
Once it detects a device running on an outdated operating system, it will flag it as a vulnerability in the final scan report. Besides just identifying a vulnerability, certain vulnerability scanning software also review a vulnerability against a database of vulnerabilities to classify it and assign a risk rating to it. In the end, the tool generates a report with all these details.
External vulnerability scans are run from outside an organization’s network, targeting areas of the IT environment exposed to the internet such as firewalls, web applications, ports and networks. They unearth vulnerabilities in perimeter defenses like open ports in a network’s firewall.
On the other hand, internal vulnerability scans are run from the inside of an organization’s network. They detect issues such as vulnerabilities that could be exploited by a hacker who has already made it through perimeter defenses, and threats posed by malware inside a network and insider threats.