Fullstack Vulnerability Management to detect weaknesses across web applications and supporting hosts. Continuous Vulnerability Assessment coupled with expert human intelligence - Virtually False Positive Free.
Full Stack Security: Websites, apps (mobile/web/cloud), software, servers and networks with over 57,000 assets under vulnerability management, edgescan is a listed "notable vendor" in the Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Managed Security Services and a “sample vendor” in the Gartner Application Security Hype cycle.
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Vulnerabilities or bugs in software may enable cyber criminals to exploit both Internet facing and internal systems. Fraud, financial, data & identity theft, and denial-of-service attacks are often the result, leaving companies with serious losses or damage to their reputation.
However, some of these issues can be easily avoided or at least mitigated. This document discusses all of the vulnerabilities discovered by edgescanTM over the past year – during 2017.
The vulnerabilities discovered are a result of providing “Fullstack” continuous vulnerability management to a wide range of client verticals; from Small Businesses to Global Enterprises, From Telecoms & Media companies to Software Development, Gaming, Energy and Medical organisations.
The statistics are based on the continuous security assessment & management of thousands of systems distributed globally.
Eoin Keary, CEO of edgescan, tells ITSPmagazine Their Story
"Security is everybody’s problem now," says Eoin. "It is getting attention at the board level; you need to get yourself into these meetings, and you need to be prepared to present metrics."
Prefer to listen? Here’s the podcast version.
Payment Services Directive (PSD2)
Opening the doors to a secure business
Designed to improve choice for customers, create more competition and stimulate innovation, PSD2 will drive fundamental change in the way we bank. The move to the digital marketplace is no longer an aspiration, but is a necessity for financial institutions to stay relevant or competitive. As part of this evolution, new risks need to be considered in relation to regulatory compliance, privacy, liability and a new attack surface for cyber criminals. These risks are not necessarily greater but different, and need to be treated as such. Success in this new era will be dictated by banks and FinTech’s which maximise API integration with third parties in a secure manner. This paper explores some of the fundamental changes that underpin PSD2 and the security model that is changing with it.
More Videos and Webcasts With Edgescan
Robert Feeney from Edgescan shares tips w/ Sean Martin to help researchers stand out
In this new episode of An InfoSec Life, Robert Feeney, a senior security consultant at Edgescan, speaks to fellow security researchers and security consultants about what they can do to differentiate themselves from the pack; how can they excel in the industry. In addition to speaking to his peers, Robert shares a lot of solid information that should help the managers of these individuals working in the industry as well.
Of the topics presented, events and organizations were a key part of the conversation, especially given that this chat took place during OWASP AppSec USA 2017 following his presentation on successful automated application scanning techniques. Robert highlights that it is important to join groups like ISACA, ISC2, and OWASP and to also attend their events: national, regional and local events. Robert also suggests that it’s important to move beyond basic event and conference attendance and to consider speaking at these events as well.