Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT)

Vulnerabilities Assessment: is a systematic process of identifying, quantifying, and prioritizing vulnerabilities (weaknesses or flaws) within an organization's systems, applications, network infrastructure, or other assets. The primary goal of vulnerability assessment is to proactively identify potential security weaknesses, before they can be exploited by malicious actors. This process helps organizations understand their security posture and take appropriate measures to mitigate risks.

Penetration testing: is the process of exploiting vulnerabilities in an organization's systems and applications to determine if they can be used to gain unauthorized access. While vulnerability assessments focus on identifying weaknesses, penetration testing goes a step further, by actively trying to exploit vulnerabilities, to assess the security of systems. Penetration tests are typically performed by skilled ethical hackers.

VAPT: is used to identify and address vulnerabilities in a wide range of systems and applications, including Networks, Servers, and Endpoints.