External Cryptographic Discovery Assessment

Gain an understanding of your external encrypted attack surface and regain visibility over your network.

Cryptographic inventory that offers visibility

The Venari Security Cryptographic Assessment analyses and assesses the encrypted traffic communications across your entire infrastructure, including data centres, private cloud, or specific targeted areas, to highlight the state of encryption used within your environments.

What is the Venari Security Cryptographic Assessment?

The investment in digital transformation is substantial for any organisation, and the widespread adoption of encryption has made ensuring the security of communications indispensable, especially as attackers increasingly employ encryption to conceal their activities.

For the first time, Venari Security’s Cryptographic Assessment highlights the status of an organisation’s use of encryption across the entire environment including cloud and third-party environments through the use of our Cryptographic Discovery Tool.

Here are some examples of the risks found within organisations:

Identify old and out-of-date SSL/TLS versions and the associated infrastructure.

The use of deprecated or out-of-date protocols.

Vulnerabilities within specific encryption protocols.

The use of weak encryption.

Sessions that have negotiated null payload encryption.

Weak or vulnerable public key distribution.

Self-signed certificates used on production or other business-critical platforms.

Certificate expiry and long-life certificates that do not conform with standards.

Why you should take on this service?

Organisations are encouraged to conduct a Cryptographic Assessment as a routine security hygiene practice, as assessing encrypted traffic across the enterprise infrastructure has historically been challenging but is now essential with the increasing use of encryption.


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