Your business is built on technology; don’t let it be your downfall. If you need to comply with regulations or are looking to safeguard your growing business, regularly validating the strength of your system and network security can help you avoid costly mistakes, including:
Vulnerability management is like a personal trainer for your IT environment and components — purpose-built scanning tools identify weaknesses in your applications, servers, switches, workstations and more, and tailored reports provide critical insights on appropriate corrective actions and level of urgency. The end result: Your business is stronger and more secure.
Essendis has experience helping clients earn compliance with the following regulations:
SOC 1 (SSAE 16/SSAE 18)
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)
SOC 2 (AT-101)
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS)
Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS)
EU-US Privacy Shield
Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA)
Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP)
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)
NIST CyberSecurity Framework (CSF)
NIST SP 800-53
Swiss Federal Data Protection Act (DPA)
Swiss-US Privacy Shield
Identifies and can exploit weaknesses to determine potential impact on your business.
You receive a detailed report with the results.
A security advisor can analyze and explain the report and potential impact; Then, they’ll help prioritize next steps.
Essendis consulting team, in collaboration with Essendis’ advisory team, can fix identified issues.
Demonstrates success after fixing identified issues, while also looking for new vulnerabilities that may have developed.
You have peace of mind, knowing that your business is secure and compliant with regulations.
From testing and scanning to implementation, Essendis cybersecurity and technology professionals will keep your business lock-step with evolving technology and protected from harmful attacks.
Using sophisticated security scanning and testing tools, our security advisory team not only interprets scanning results, but helps you prioritize and understand what those results mean for your business; then, our engineers fix identified issues.
Services are available individually or in combination, and can be conducted once or on a recurring schedule.
During configuration scanning, whole networks, servers and switches are assessed to provide assurance that they are set up correctly to reduce your risk of a security breach. Regular scanning manages configuration drift, i.e., the changing of security settings over time.
Vulnerability scanning crawls your networks to find weaknesses that may result in an attack.
Penetration testing automatically attempts to exploit network vulnerabilities to demonstrate the impact of a potential security breach.
Web Application Scanning, often referred to as Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST), systematically executes each potential action a user may take within a web application to expose weaknesses in the user interface.
Source Code Scanning, often referred to as Static Application Security Testing (SAST), scans source code to identify insecure development practices and malicious development, including backdoors or external transmissions.