Identify weaknesses and improve your data protection.
With frequent threat scanning, you can reduce the risk of cyber attacks or data breaches for your organization and the headache involved in effectively managing it.
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This is the process of finding, analyzing, and reporting the detected flaws and vulnerabilities. We conduct them across an organization’s networks, hardware, software, and systems.
Dependent on the risk factors identified during initial scans, minimally we recommend a monthly scan or even weekly if possible. Additionally, any time there is a major change in your environment, another scan should be executed.
Each scan looks for risks across both internal and external networks as well as endpoints like your PCs or mobile devices. If you don't scan all of these environments, you leave yourself highly vulnerable and lose the ability to effectively prioritize a response to all types of threats.
Your installation takes just a few minutes whether you choose the Virtual Machine (VM) or the physical scanner option. The installation can be completed with an Arctic Wolf Installation Engineer but before anything takes place, your Arctic Wolf Onboarding Team will review and complete the onboarding checklist and go over any questions/comments/concerns pertaining to the Arctic Wolf Managed Risk installation.
For the physical installation, you will then install the Arctic Wolf Managed Risk scanner (if applicable) and connect an Ethernet cable/power cord. Once powered on, the scanner will then connect to Arctic Wolf server in minutes.
However, if you choose the VM option, the installation is just a matter of launching the downloaded VM within your infrastructure and entering a registration (claim) token. Easy peasy!
Managed Vulnerability Scanning (MVS) proactively looks for known issues and misconfigurations that a cyber threat could exploit.
Managed Detection and Response (MDR) reactively blocks known and contains unknown threats automatically, based on suspicious behaviors.
Local cybersecurity companies deliver a level of customer service that national security providers often lack. When you partner with a local IT security company you're more likely to get a tailored compliance strategy that meets a combination of regulatory requirements and business goals.
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