Cybersecurity risks are rapidly rising due to digitalization, cloudification, and remote work.
According to Gartner, by 2025, 60% of organizations may use cybersecurity risk as a primary determinant in conducting third-party transactions and business engagements.
Enterprises are spending millions to protect their applications and IT assets from vulnerabilities that lead to malicious attacks. They are grappling with the lack of security controls, unmanaged software, inaccurate scans, remediation controls, and a growing backlog of vulnerabilities.
According to a study by industry analyst ESG, 69% of organizations have experienced an attack targeting an unknown, unmanaged, or poorly managed internet-facing asset. The reason is that conventional vulnerability management services focus only on listing software bugs that might be exploited. So, what can enterprises do? They must monitor their attack surfaces accurately, continuously update asset inventories, and identify vulnerabilities that require patching to reduce risks and stay ahead of attackers.
Go beyond vulnerability management by curbing enterprise exposure to risks.
With pre-built maturity assessment frameworks, industry-leading technology partners, and attack surface reduction services, TCS Enterprise Vulnerability Management Services enable enterprises to operationalize and manage next-gen preventive security programs.
How it helps:
Vulnerability management and asset discovery services: Stay on top of all the moving parts of applications, networks, open-source codes, and cloud applications through automated vulnerability assessments, dynamic discovery and classification of assets, remediation governance, and actionable reporting for the management of digital assets.
Application security services: Cover automated tool-based scanning, manual checks, and triaging of vulnerabilities identified in applications in alignment with industry benchmarks. Integrate and automate the intersection of AppSec tools and the DevOps SDLC to detect and remediate vulnerabilities by managing security testing tool outcomes and building workflows for faster triaging and remediation.
Smart remediation management services: Enrich and automatically unify vulnerability data through a smart remediation approach, identifying security gaps for development, infrastructure, cloud, and security teams by:
Penetration testing services: Conduct an active, controlled attack on enterprises’ IT systems to identify security gaps and understand and address identified vulnerabilities. This involves penetration tests in the following areas:
Security consulting services: Perform health checks to improve cyber maturity according to industry standards.
Get a unified view of vulnerabilities to accelerate remediation.
By leveraging TCS Enterprise Vulnerability Management Services, organizations can realize the following benefits:
Gain 100% visibility and control with a single pane of glass view.
Reduce up to 32% of efforts using playbooks and utilize tool-based, automated security reporting.
Increase productivity by 37% with automated vulnerability triaging.
Accelerate risk-based remediation, bringing about a 30-60% reduction of vulnerabilities.
Identify exploitable vulnerabilities on critical assets.
Comply with key standards, including SOC2, GDPR, FedRAMP, HIPAA, and OWASP Top 10, by leveraging region-based support.
TCS Enterprise Vulnerability Management Service identifies, prioritizes, and mitigates software vulnerabilities from unforeseen risks.
The TCS Advantage
Safeguard your organization’s digital assets from unforeseen risks.
The following differentiators help our clients to keep their businesses up and running:
A broad range of skilled talent pool to elevate application security and vulnerability management.
TCS’ CoE offers support based on its rich experience and research with global enterprises.
Program governance, quality, and rigor in operation.
Homegrown accelerators for security transformation, coupled with partner-led platforms for automation and remediation intelligence.
Accreditations such as CREST for penetration testing services.
Flexible and scalable engagement models for managed, shared, or pay-per-use services.