Websites get attacked every 39 seconds and on average 30 000 small business websites get hacked daily. Taking a proactive approach to prevent this has become imperative.
Just as you would put an alarm system for your home to protect your belongings, your business needs regular vulnerability assessments to identify intrusions. Vox vulnerability assessments offer an automated bi-weekly scan with an emailed report highlighting areas of risk that can be used by your web designer to correct the flaws in your website.
Vulnerability scans gives you a proactive approach to closing any gaps that cyber criminals could use to breach your system.
Data breaches are often the result of unpatched vulnerabilities, so identifying and eliminating these security gaps by receiving recommendations that will help secure your website.
Security breaches can be costly, not only exposing your data but also resulting in downtime.
Conducting regular vulnerability assessment determines whether your current security systems are operating as intended.
A Website Vulnerability Assessment is an automated process which scans your website regularly and uncovers known software flaws, outdated software and risky default configurations on your website that an attacker could use to hack your website.
Vulnerability scans should be performed at least once a month and patch and remediate identified vulnerabilities.
The vulnerability assessment process helps to reduce the chances an attacker can breach an organisation’s website or network and have a better understanding of the vulnerabilities and overall risk.