MIRAT – THE BEST VULNERABILITY MANAGEMENT TOOL

OVERVIEW

In vulnerability management there is a continuous process of testing, reporting, response and triage. The security for the assets is a continuous process. Security mostly applicable in vulnerability management. In day-to-day work, almost all companies think about vulnerabilities. The security is mainly changing based on your network and IT infrastructure. From time to time, there is a continuous process in any organization that install new hardware, hiring new people, updating the policies and regulations. There constantly changing aspect is the threat landscape. There are lots of threats in and around. Hence, vulnerability management is the continuous process to prevent all these risks to the IT infrastructure. There are different types of vulnerability assessments like network-based scan, host-based scan, wireless network scan, application scan, and database scan.

THE PROCESS OF VULNERABILITY MANAGEMENT

The primary form of vulnerability is asset discovery. You should know what is deployed in your network. There should be organized reports, regulations and compliance standards. You need to categorize the risk responses as you can remediate, mitigate or accept. You need effective vulnerability management which depends upon your mindset and attitude. Generally, everything has vulnerabilities. The best selection of the tool in the market prevents vulnerabilities in your organization. The Novel MIRAT is the best suited to your organization to resolve all vulnerability management issues.

ABOUT MIRAT VULNERABILITY MANAGEMENT TOOL

  • Revolutionizes all your security needs in most scalable and extensible way.
  • Provides instant spot reports on vulnerability.
  • Priorities and identifies the risks using MIRAT propriety analysis.
  • Tracks all vulnerability for a period and tries to manage implementations and executions.
  • Generates comprehensive reports in documents for auditors.

MIRAT do different scans to find the vulnerability like IP Forward Scan, detection of LDAP, RSHD services, SAMBA, TCP wrappers, Telnet services, TFTP service, USB, XINETD, YPSERV, and scan Account Inactive, Permit root login, SELinux status, SSHD protocol and unnecessary assets.

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