VA detects, scans and profiles numerous devices and resources to increase security and compliance across your network.
All of the assessment reports are digitally signed and attested to by an expert third party auditor.
VA's vulnerability engine is an agentless auditor of configurations, patches and web applications.
As VA checks for compliance findings it covers PCI DSS, HIPAA / HITECH, NIST, firewalls, routers, and virtualization.
VA covers network devices, virtual hosts, databases, OSes, and web applications.
Virtual Auditor’s Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) is a fully managed information security solution that enables organizations to collect, store, and analyze network security events to meet IT compliance requirements. This unique solution correlates the impact of the events to measure the level of compliance to regulatory mandates and industry requirements. The complex data is parsed and presented in clear and understandable, yet comprehensive reports.learn more
What is VA?
Virtual Auditor is a unique, fully-managed, information security auditing assessment solution that helps you establish a formal information secuirty program within your organization. VA is packed with powerful vulnerability, auditing and testing tools that will identify security vulnerabilities, poor processes and compliance issues within your environment as well as gaps in your existing security program.learn more
What's it Do?
VA is unlike a third party auditor plugging his/her foreign machine into your network and scanning with a number of unknown or unsafe tools, VA takes a different approach. Imagine taking all of the best assessment security tools in the industry and molding them into one assessment engine. VA is located in your data center, never “in the cloud”.learn more
Threats getting past your defenses
Security Risks Virtual Auditor Eliminates
Problems may be much larger than they appear on the surface. Do you know how deep your problems go?
Spear phishing, ransomware, malicious email payloads, portable media threats and other targeted attacks are on the rise. Visitors, vendors and contractors might be trying to connect insecure devices to your network.
IT operational challenges, tight budgets, resource constraints, lack of training, lack of tools, tight project timelines and lack of management understanding all contribute to undiscovered, dangerous threats below the surface.
Do you feel that if you see no threats, hear no threats, and speak not of your threats, that they don't exist?
In 2019, the number of zero-day vulnerabilities discovered nearly quadrupled, a 300 percent increase from the year before. Or put another way, a new zero-day vulnerability was found every week (on average) in 2019. Furthermore, there was a record-setting total of more than a dozen mega-breaches including the massive Marriott hack which exposed the personal information of up to 383 million guests.
But this number hides a bigger story. In 2019, more companies chose not to reveal the full extent of their data breaches. A conservative estimate of unreported breaches pushes the number of records lost close to a billion.
In 2019 72 percent of organizations say that they believe their security risk increased significantly from the previous year.
At least 69 percent of organizations polled do not believe their current antivirus solution can stop emerging security threats.
88 percent of companies experienced an industrial control system security incident in 2019.