According to SC Magazine’s report, 86 percent of websites contain at least one ‘serious’ vulnerability. Surprisingly, it takes a further 146 days on average to fix these vulnerabilities after they are found.
Can you afford to overlook this?
Online businesses pass sensitive information through their web applications, and unprotected weaknesses within this layer lead to financial and reputational damage. These are just some of the reasons why businesses suffered from massive attacks last year.
The efficient application of security programs should rapidly detect, resolve, and prevent security threats before they spiral out of control and negatively impact your business.
Vulnerability is a security flaw in your application or website that hackers can exploit. Once an attacker has found a flaw, or application vulnerability, and determined how to access it, the attacker has the potential to exploit the application vulnerability in order to facilitate cybercrime.
Finding these vulnerabilities before hackers are the only way to protect your online business.
Indusface suggests that businesses align web security with development in order to improve visibility and to establish a metrics program. We are helping you achieve this with a ‘free forever vulnerability scan’ to uncover all the security’s weak points.
Our Senior Product Manager, Vivek Gopalan, is hosting an exclusive webinar to help you learn how to get started with a site security evaluation (Free Forever Plan) to find and fix vulnerabilities before the hackers exploit them.
Keynotes of the webinar:
Founder & Chief Marketing Officer, Indusface
Venky has played multiple roles within Indusface for the past 6 years. He was instrumental in building the product/service and technology team from scratch and grew it from ideation to getting initial customers with a proven/validated business model poised for scale. He has proven experience (10+ years) in the security industry and has held various mgmt/leadership roles in Product Development, Professional Services, and Sales during his time at Entrust Data card.