According to the annual ESG report, 53 percent of organizations report a problematic shortage of cybersecurity skills and this percentage continues to increase year after year. In this landscape, cybersecurity software can no longer be treated as just tools for engineers. Netsparker helps you take the load off your security engineers by automating web vulnerability scanning processes and reducing false positives to nearly zero.
Unlike most typical web vulnerability scanners, Netsparker is a complete vulnerability management solution. It assesses the impact of vulnerabilities based on their severity and the criticality of the systems. It also lets you manage vulnerabilities using your current issue tracking software and integrates with that software so that it can automatically retest closed issues.
In large environments, it is impossible to focus on small print – you need a web vulnerability scanning solution that can show you trends and potential problem areas. Netsparker’s reporting engine contains a whole library of report templates: from detailed developer reports all the way to executive and compliance reports that let you see the big picture. You can also build custom reports depending on your requirements.
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