Vulnerability Assessment Solutions in US

A vulnerability assessment is a systematic review of security weaknesses in an information system. It evaluates if the system is susceptible to any known vulnerabilities, assigns severity levels to those vulnerabilities, and recommends remediation or mitigation, if and whenever needed. 

Syscom, we provide vulnerability assessments for companies. A vulnerability assessment is a quick, easy, and inexpensive way to confirm that a company’s systems are protected. The type and nature of vulnerability assessment varies depending on the company’s needs.

What is Vulnerability Assessment?

Vulnerability Assessment is the process of analyzing vulnerabilities in IT systems. Its goal is to detect the system’s flaws before hackers may exploit them. It is the process of finding risks and vulnerabilities in computer systems, networks, hardware, applications, and other aspects of the IT ecosystem.

It is the testing process used to define, identify, classify, prioritize vulnerabilities in computer systems, applications and network infrastructures. Moreover it assigns severity levels to as many security defects as possible in a given timeframe.

Vulnerability assessments help organizations recognize and respond to threats by providing them with the information, awareness, and the risk backgrounds. The goal of a vulnerability assessment is to identify threats and the risks they entail. They usually involve the use of automated testing tools like network security scanners, the results of which are documented in a vulnerability assessment report.

Vulnerability assessments can assist organizations of any size, as well as people who are at the risk of cyber-attacks. But it will be most beneficial for the major enterprises as well as for the other types of organizations that are frequently vulnerable to attacks.

A vulnerability assessment assigns a quantifiable value to the risk internal systems and sensitive data face in the case of a breach. In addition to this, it also assesses the effectiveness of current security protections and system updates and upgrades. It may help you go from a reactive to a proactive cybersecurity approach as well as gives you a better understanding of the cyber risks, your company confronts. Moreover it has the ability to prioritize the problems that needs more attention.


Black Box Testing
Gray Box Testing
Web APIs/Services Testing


iOS Application Pentest
Android Application Pentest


Windows Application Testing
MAC Application Testing


Internal Network Pentest
External Network Pentest


Network Configuration Audits
DB Configuration Audits
Architecture Review


Secure Web Apps
Secure Mobile Apps

Types of Vulnerability Assessments Syscom Provides


  • One portal that keeps track of your application flaws and helps your company’s security posture improve over time.
  • Syscom protects you from attackers, hackers and threats and ensure you the ultimate security.
  • We specialize in web application and web services/API security, mobile application security, infrastructure/network security, client application security, secure code reviews, and compliance, among other areas.
  • It can be any stage, whether in planning or already built, our team will work with you to manage and cover all the possible risks with the most effective security measures.

How a vulnerability assessment is performed?

Vulnerability assessments can be carried out in a number of methods, but automated vulnerability scanning software is one of the most popular methods. To find potential security holes in your networks, apps, containers, systems, data, hardware, and more, these technologies make use of databases of known vulnerabilities.

Every aspect of your technology will be thoroughly scanned by the vulnerability assessment tool. After the scans are finished, the tool will report on all the problems it has found and make recommendations to avoid them. The more feature-rich tools might provide insight into the operational and security implications of mitigating a risk as opposed to accepting it. For even more comprehensive threat analyses, vulnerability scanning data may also be linked into a SIEM together with other data.

Regular vulnerability assessments and scans are necessary because IT environments are constantly changing and new threats are constantly emerging. For example, a software update or system configuration change could lead to a new vulnerability. This makes it crucial to quickly identify and fix vulnerabilities to reduce cybersecurity risk.

Vulnerability scanning is only a part of vulnerability assessment. There are other processes such as penetration testing to identify different types of cyber threats across your IT network. penetration testing is helpful for assessing whether a vulnerability can be exploited and whether doing so will result in harm, data loss, or other problems.
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