The Art of Cyber-War is best fought from a position of strength behind an impenetrable defense. Vigilant provides processes and technologies to help ensure that each company inhabits the “high ground,” a place free of vulnerabilities and weaknesses a threat actor would look to exploit.
Those technologies include – but are not limited to – VigilantMVDR and Penetration Testing.
Vigilant Managed Vulnerability Detection and Response is a security service that strengthens an organization’s cyber defense, allowing it to get ahead of any threat. Utilizing Vigilant’s Adaptive Intelligence Process™, a full and continuous scanning and analysis process susses out and identifies any potential vulnerabilities… resulting in preventative remediation.
Preventative security is the key. Vigilant believes that less threat management is better threat management. And less is only possible by removing vulnerabilities thus reducing the overall potential attack surface of any organization. This is why Vigilant provides an Unlimited Breach Response Warranty. We provide the preventative work up front and as a result, we limit the number of attack incidents our clients must endure in the future.
Penetration Testing is preventative defense through cyber-attack simulation. When the goal is securing the higher ground, there is no substitute for real-world drills. That’s why Vigilant Penetration Testing allows ethical hackers to simulate a cyber-attack against your systems, applications, or entire infrastructure. We don’t stop at the technical side – we also test against the people and process side, utilizing the same tools and techniques.
Vigilant Penetration Testing goes well beyond what a mere automatic scan can accomplish. We identify how a hacker might target you and the potential methods used during an attack. Our Penetration Testing enables organizations to see just how their defensive tooling would stand up to an attack and the possible risk of a breach. This work is not for the faint of heart – but absolutely necessary today.
“The art of war teaches us to rely not on the likelihood of the enemy not coming, but on our own readiness to receive him; not on the chance of his not attacking, but rather on the fact that we have made our position unassailable.”