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    Security Testing from ThreatAdvice

    Elevate your cybersecurity posture and protect your business from potential threats.

    SecureGuard VM

    Vulnerability management is a critical component of an organization's cybersecurity strategy that involves identifying, assessing, prioritizing, and mitigating security vulnerabilities in its computer systems, networks, applications, and other digital assets. The primary goal of vulnerability management is to proactively reduce the attack surface and minimize the risk of security breaches and data compromises.

    With SecureGuard VM, your organization gains access to a powerful suite of features, including continuous scanning and assessing vulnerabilities, threat ranking, a Security GPA® risk-based rating system, technical details, and progress in remediation tracking, on-demand custom report generation, and robust data filtering capabilities. In this era of heightened cyber threats, effective vulnerability management is not just an option; it's a necessity to safeguard your company's digital assets and maintain the trust of your customers and stakeholders.

    Discover how SecureGuard VM can elevate your cybersecurity posture and protect your business from potential threats.

    SecureGuard PEN

    Penetration testing, also known as pen testing, is a controlled cyberattack simulation designed to evaluate the security of an IT infrastructure by attempting to exploit potential weaknesses. These vulnerabilities can reside in operating systems, flawed services and applications, misconfigurations, or even risky user behavior. Such assessments are crucial in validating the effectiveness of defensive systems and ensuring user compliance with security policies.


    Difference between Vulnerability Management and Penetration Testing

    Vulnerability Management

    High-level test that looks for and reports potential vulnerabilities.

    Penetration Test

    Detailed hands-on test by a real person that tries to detect and exploit weaknesses in your system.

    ThreatAdvice’s automated network penetration testing platform combines the knowledge, methodology, processes, and toolsets of a team of security consultants into a single, deployable platform for financial institutions. We perform monthly testing for the price you would typically pay for an annual test, satisfying both compliance requirements as well as meeting security best practices.

    ThreatAdvices offer two different automated penetration testing services:

    Internal Network Penetration Testing - Using a device connected to your internal environment, our consultants will discover security vulnerabilities present within the internal network environment. These activities simulate that of a malicious attacker.

    External Network Penetration Testing - Assuming the role of a malicious attacker from the public Internet, our consultants will identify security flaws within your external network environment. These flaws can include patching, configuration, and authentication issues.

    ThreatAdvice conducts penetration testing  monthly and reports provided for Management Review. Pricing is based on per network connected device.

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    What’s Included

    Quarterly Consulting

    A ThreatAdvice consultant will be available to attend quarterly management meetings to review the findings.

    Meet Compliance & Best Practices

    By having the ability to perform a quality network penetration test monthly, your organization can be assured that it will continuously meet security best practices and compliance regulations.


    Experience & Methodology

    Developed on a framework and methodology that changes and improves as the industry threats increase.  Backed by 10+ years of experienced and OSCP, CISSP, CEH, and OSCE certified consultants.


    Combining the knowledge, skills, logic, and toolsets of numerous certified security consultants into one platform, ThreatAdvice Pen Testing is the perfect solution to consistently satisfy your institution’s needs for quality results.

    Real Time Activity Tracking

    An important step to assessing your organization’s risk is the ability to detect and respond to malicious activities occurring within your environment. ThreatAdvice creates a separate log file for every single activity that is performed so you can correlate our activities with your monitoring and logging solutions.


    Ready to take action?

    Explore how SecureGuard PEN can elevate your security posture with internal and external network penetration testing. Don't wait - safeguard your institution's future today!

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    What Our Clients Say

    At ThreatAdvice, we pride ourselves on delivering unbeatable solutions and services. But don't take our word for it - take theirs:

    • "I just wanted to say how grateful we are to have gotten on board with you guys. We will be recommending you to our business partners and clients in the future!! Thanks so much and we look forward to a long partnership!"
      Virginia McNeil O’Brien
      Mobile Bay Financial Solutions
    • “It's really taking a load off both myself and my team, and given us a ton of tools and confidence.”
      Chip Moore
      First Bank of Alabama

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