A vulnerability scan helps your company to proceed in phases.
It will first discover all the resources to be scanned and analyse them.
The scan is complete in order to examine the vulnerabilities of your assets (PCs, networks, websites, applications, etc.). With your comprehensive knowledge base of vulnerabilities and their attack kits, it will be easy to identify your vulnerabilities.
Finally, prioritize the risks by evaluating the various threats against their CVSS score and your own criticality metrics criteria take offline with your risk management strategy. Then easily deploy security patches to remediate these vulnerabilities.
A good vulnerability scanner should not only detect and mitigate vulnerabilities. It should help organisations monitor their network security management efforts by producing detailed and relevant reports, which allow IT administrators to develop appropriate strategies to manage these vulnerabilities in the future. You will have customisable dashboards summarising the threat status of your assets and patches.
One more benefit of vulnerability monitoring solutions is the ability to check data for compliance. You can create your own rules to enforce your information systems security policy. The encyclopedia is updated every month and represents a library of best practices.
A final benefit of vulnerability monitoring solutions is the ability to test assets for compliance. You can create your own rules and thus translate your Information Systems Security Policy. An encyclopedia is updated every month, constituting a repository of best practices.