About Our Company


Compliance requirements as well as rising threats to the information infrastructure are resulting in businesses conducting vulnerability assessment to establish the state of enterprise security. Such assessment typically includes external, internal, and wireless penetration testing.

At the project initiation meeting, the Cyber-Hunt Program Manager and your Point of Contact will determine and verify the scope of the project and deliverables, client personnel responsibilities, data gathering tasks, status meetings, and the handling of project problems. The Cyber-Hunt penetration team will devise a plan of attack before the vulnerability testing begins on network. Once the testing begins, we will scan the active devices for vulnerabilities. This typically includes all TCP and UDP ports. The next step is a manual validation of identified findings. The wireless assessment includes identification of rogue devices, open/vulnerability access points and the state of your wireless LAN security. The information from internal, external and wireless scans then results in a customized report that is created exclusively for your organization that includes details on security gaps that can be exploited and recommended steps for remediation.

As security professionals, most of you are familiar with vulnerability assessments and penetration tests (pen tests for short). Both are valuable tools that can benefit any security program and they are both integral components of a Threat and Vulnerability Management process. However, the two are unfortunately often used interchangeably due to marketing hype and other influences, which has lead to confusion and wasted resources for many enterprises. With that in mind, I'd like to try to clear the air between vulnerability assessments and pen tests and hopefully eliminate some of that confusion between the two.

Defined, a vulnerability assessment is the process of identifying and quantifying vulnerabilities in an environment. It is an in-depth evaluation of your posture, indicating weaknesses as well as providing the appropriate mitigation procedures required to either eliminate those weaknesses or reduce them to an acceptable level of risk. To do this, most vulnerability assessments follow these general steps:

We emphasize on progressive learning with the proper blend of techniques and tools, equipping our students to face the real world cyber challenges. Our vision is to reach out to those potential candidates, providing them a state-of-the-art training, internationally competent skills and the right exposure to a global career.

  • 1. Cataloging assets and resources in a system
  • 2. Assigning quantifiable value and importance to the resources
  • 3. Identifying the vulnerabilities or potential threats to each resource
  • 4. And mitigating or eliminating the most serious vulnerabilities for the most valuable resources

Vulnerability Assessment & Risk Management

Cyber-Hunt is providing one of the reliable ways to protect your business operations and assets from cyber-attacks is to regularly conduct Vulnerability Assessment (Scans) and Penetration Tests which are simulations of real world attacks on the Information Networks, Systems & Applications. Our experts identify the weak spots and test the effectiveness of Information security controls within the system. In order to find out the vulnerabilities, It is crucial to understand the controlled environment in terms of the existing risks, operational standards and crucial infrastructure threats. We understand this well and, using the best of the breed technologies & tools combined with our capabilities to deal with proprietary as well as open systems; we enable comprehensive vulnerability scanning and risk assessment with options to recreate the sophisticated and well-funded attack scenarios employed by unlawful entities using advanced penetration testing.

© Copy rights 2013 Achieva Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd. | All Rights reserved.