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Customized vulnerability scanning

Learn more about vulnerability scanning

In highly-regulated industries, like financial services, vulnerability scanning is rapidly moving from the “would-be-nice” to the “must-do” column. New weaknesses are being discovered daily in a rapidly changing technology environment and Regulators from the SEC, FINRA, and the CFTC/NFA are all asking firms about their vulnerability management plans. Don’t get caught unready or unprotected.

Most firms undertaking vulnerability scanning are coming from the customer-centric retail or healthcare spaces. PCI-DSS reporting can be as simple as a pass/fail from an Authorized Security Vendor. Artemis’s offering is different. Our Vulnerability Scanning Services have been designed from the ground up for Financial Services Firms.

Services are available in an a-la-carte fashion, ensuring that you get the scan that you want, when you want it. For those companies who are looking for an all-in-one scanning program we offer ARTEMISEDGE.

Vulnerability Scanning by Artemis. A Practical Approach

Not sure where to start developing a vulnerability management program that will help your firm secure its assets and protect its reputation? Let Artemis help. Your vulnerability management program must be underpinned by regular and systemic identification and mitigation of technology-derived risks. Any comprehensive program must undertake scanning on a regular basis in order to establish a baseline of network activities and protections. New weaknesses are identified on a daily basis and regulatory agencies are all expecting firms to be addressing technical vulnerabilities as part of a general risk management policy.

Clear Reporting

There are no two ways around it: Vulnerability Scanning produces a volume of what can be, on the surface, complex results. Artemis takes the guessing game out of your vulnerability scanning and reporting by providing you with an actionable list of vulnerabilities and mitigation strategies. Your Vulnerability Reporting must serve Compliance Officers attempting to understand regulatory risks, Technology Officers looking to improve overall security, and Executives who need to understand how the company’s information is being protected. Easy-to-read, color-coded findings and remediation backed up with the technical documentation and Artemis’s ongoing support will help you get the most out of every scan.

Automatic Scheduling

Vulnerability Scanning is only effective if it is done regularly. The ArtemisEdge program takes guess work out of when to conduct a vulnerability scan. For a simple annual charge, Artemis will perform an external vulnerability scan on a quarterly basis. Each scan will also include a follow-on scan within 30 days if necessary to determine correction of identified vulnerabilities. PLUS whenever a high-risk vulnerability is discovered that may affect your servers (like Heartbleed), Artemis will conduct a complimentary scan and reporting, for no extra charge. That’s our commitment, that’s the ArtemisEdge.

Cloud scanning

In highly-regulated industries, like financial services, vulnerability scanning is rapidly moving from the “would-be-nice” to the “must-do” column. New weaknesses are being discovered daily in a rapidly changing technology environment and Regulators from the SEC, FINRA, and the CFTC/NFA are all asking firms about their vulnerability management plans. Don’t get caught unready or unprotected.

Most firms undertaking vulnerability scanning are coming from the customer-centric retail or healthcare spaces. PCI-DSS reporting can be as simple as a pass/fail from an Authorized Security Vendor. Artemis’s offering is different. Our Vulnerability Scanning Services have been designed from the ground up for Financial Services Firms.

Services are available in an a-la-carte fashion, ensuring that you get the scan that you want, when you want it. For those companies who are looking for an all-in-one scanning program we offer ARTEMISEDGE.

Website Scanning

70% of Websites contain vulnerabilities that could expose them to hacking. Is YOURS one of them?

Your firewalls and internal network policies will go far towards keeping your network secure, but is your website leaving a potential breach vector wide open? Regular testing and review of your web properties is a key component in a robust vulnerability management plan. You may trust your internal network maintenance to a dedicated team, but that same team is very rarely ever maintaining your website. Who is? Are they up to date on the latest security procedures and patches?

A vulnerable website can be used for any number of malicious purposes. Do you offer an on-site login to a secure area? A vulnerable website could be hacked to leak that information. Even if you just maintain a static web presence, a poorly patched and updated site is vulnerable to a number of attacks that could infect visitors’ computers with malware and viruses. Don’t leave it to chance. Scan your site today.

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Open Source Intelligence Review

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The Open-Source Intelligence Review Progam, HumanReview, scans, maps, and reports on the information that is already online about your firm and its key members.

Scanning the Surface web is just the beginning. HumanReview dives beyond standard searches and queries to uncover and report on activity and information in the Deep web and Dark web. Know what’s out there already and what the bad guys will try to use against your firm today with HumanReview.

The first job of a hacker is to footprint an organization. This footprinting relies solely upon publicly available information and will seek to find information about:

  • Key Employees
  • Business Strategy
  • Network and Software Architecture
  • Infrastructure
  • Customer Base
  • Contact Information and more

Building this web of information can help a hacker to launch social engineering attacks against a company, orchestrate a physical break-in, or exploit unmitigated vulnerabilities. 50% of firms aren’t aware of what information is out there or how an intruder might attempt to use it. Let Artemis lead the way by running our proprietary HumanReview scan. Learn what information is out there about your company, how to remove it if possible, and how to train your employees to be aware of what seemingly private information may, in fact, already be public.

Phishing Tests

Firewalls and other perimeter defenses are all useless if your employees give up their usernames and passwords.

Working hand-in-hand with the HumanReview process, Artemis develops and deploys custom phishing attacks against key members of your firm, or your firm as a whole. Identify the weak points in human cybersecurity and pair regular testing with our Employee Training Services.

Phishing Scams are on the rise because they are easier than hacking increasingly-secure networks. As long as your staff fall victim, your entire security practice will be easily subverted.

Artemis will custom-design a single phishing test or a series of tests. We can also combine them with remedial training. Our phishing testing can cover your entire company, or a specific role or level of employee. We will work with you to design the test that your firm needs. Close-out reporting will include a synopsis of the attack as well as remedial steps and suggestions.

Don’t let your employees be the weakest link in your company’s cybersecurity chain. Schedule a phishing test today!

More Questions? We’re Happy to Help! Give us a call today – (860) 248-4100.

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Penetration Testing

Learn more about our Penetration Tests

For those firms that already employ a robust Vulnerability Management Program, regular penetration testing will go a step further:

actually attempting to break into your networks and capture sensitive data. Penetration testing services are customized for each firm and can be narrowly- or broadly-scoped. Contact us today to learn more about a customized penetration test for your company.

A Penetration Test will attempt to test your network defenses and perimeter from a simulated attack in a controlled environment.

Are you interested in knowing how your network will stand up in the face of an attack? Perhaps you want to know if your IT team is up to the task, or if your firewalls and reporting mechanisms will work in the way they were intended, against a real adversary. A Penetration Test is the perfect way to put your defenses to the test. Know how your resources will perform in the real world with actionable reporting and close-out to provide pointers and recommended remediation steps if necessary.

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