Securing the web applications of today’s businesses is perhaps the most overlooked aspect of securing the enterprise. Web application hacking is on the rise with as many as 75% of cyber attacks done at web application level or via the web. Most corporations have secured their data at the network level, but have overlooked the crucial step of checking whether their web applications are vulnerable to attack.
In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2016, Ian Muscat, Product Communications Manager at Acunetix, talks about Acunetix Vulnerability Scanner, available both as an online and on premise solution. It detects and reports a wide array of vulnerabilities in applications built on architectures such as WordPress, PHP, ASP.NET, Java Frameworks, Ruby on Rails and many others.
Acunetix Vulnerability Scanner brings an extensive feature-set of both automated and manual penetration testing tools, enabling security analysts to perform a complete vulnerability assessment, and repair detected threats, with just one product. Results can be used to generate reports aimed towards developers and management alike.
During the past decade, Acunetix Vulnerability Scanner has become the tool of choice for many customers in the government, military, educational, telecommunications, banking, finance, and ecommerce sectors, including many Fortune 500 companies.