VulScan by RapidFire Tools is purpose-built for MSPs and for companies that handle their own IT security. It has all the features you need, and is licensed so price is no longer a barrier to performing as many scans as you want, as frequently as you want.
In today’s hostile cyber world, regular vulnerability scanning has become a “must-have/must do” extra layer of cyber security protection for every network you manage. The National Institute of Standards and Technology recommends that vulnerability scans be run at least quarterly, regardless of network size or type. However, for any organization that relies on continuous availability of their computer network for regular operations, you should run a vulnerability scan monthly . . . and even more frequently for organizations that collect and/or process personal or sensitive data.
The slick dashboard functionality included with VulScan allows you to review the health and status of every network you manage. Issues can be sorted by device, type or severity. Drill down into impacts, solutions and insights needed for remediation. Access your Vulnerability Scanner portal from anywhere on any device at any time.
VulScan is an affordable, stand-alone solution that can be integrated with other tools. All you need to do is install our virtual network scanner appliance software on any computer attached to each client network using Hyper-V or VMWare. For larger networks, 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. You don’t pay anything extra for multiple scanners running on the same site, and there’s no limit to the number of assets you scan for any given site, either!
Once your scanner is installed, it will start communicating with the portal. With a few clicks, you can set up a new client site inside the portal and “assign” one or more scanners to that site. Set up scanner tasks from inside the portal, tell it when to run, what to scan, on what frequency and where to send notifications and alerts — including directly into your PSA as service tickets. You also set rules that will dramatically reduce any recurring false positives.
We surveyed thousands of MSPs to learn how many actually perform vulnerability scans, how frequently they do it and for which clients. The results aren’t surprising and are shared by multi-functional IT professionals who handle IT security in-house. In both cases, the survey highlights the need for regular, affordable vulnerability scanning.
To find out more about the results of the survey, click here.
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