Endpoint VAPT

Endpoint VAPT refers to the process of conducting vulnerability assessments and penetration testing on endpoints, such as workstations, servers, and other network-connected devices. This helps organizations identify security gaps and potential vulnerabilities in their endpoint devices that could be exploited by attackers.

What we do:

RNR’s Endpoint VAPT services includes the following steps:

  1. Information gathering: The penetration tester gathers information about the endpoints, such as their operating systems, software installed, and configurations. This information is used to identify vulnerabilities that may not be detected by automated scanning tools.
  2. Vulnerability scanning: The penetration tester scans the endpoints for vulnerabilities, such as misconfigurations, outdated software, and insecure applications.
  3. Penetration testing: The penetration tester attempts to exploit the vulnerabilities that were identified in the scanning and assessment phases. This is done to verify that the vulnerabilities are exploitable and to identify the impact of an attack.
  4. Reporting: The penetration tester reports the results of the assessment to the organization, including the vulnerabilities that were identified, the risks associated with the vulnerabilities, and the recommendations for remediation.

RNR’s Endpoint VAPT services are a valuable tool for organizations of all sizes. It can help organizations identify and fix vulnerabilities in their endpoints that could be exploited by attackers. We help to prevent data breaches and other security incidents.