Are you protected from outside attacks? Are you protected from attack from within? A vulnerability scan, if any. combined with a penetration test can give you the answer.
External vs internal scanning
An external scan will typically be up against the company's website, but can also be other services that are set up on the Internet, such as an FTP service or an API integration.
An internal scan focuses on finding vulnerabilities on internal networks. Are there only the right ports open across networks? Are there services that should not be active? Are servers patched, etc.
By extending a vulnerability scan with a penetration test, for example if your company has a webshop, you can investigate vulnerabilities after a login as well. And thereby investigate whether there is a possibility of hacking into the underlying systems.
How is this service provided?
The desire for this service has become more and more individual. Unitas are therefore very flexible in terms of how to deliver. Some want a fixed quarterly scan with an in-depth report each time, others want monthly scans without major reporting - only if there is really something to report compared to the previous scan.
More and more people are choosing frequent scanning where Unitas assesses any vulnerabilities and threats, come with short precise recommendations possibly. followed by a Teams meeting for review.
Regardless, we can probably meet your requests for frequency and reporting. The service can be delivered as a fixed service agreement with the purchase of individual scans.