Vumetric is 100% Dedicated to Cybersecurity
The name “Vumetric” comes from a combination of the words “Vulnerability” and “Metric,” the foundation of what we aim to provide, as we help our customers identify and prioritize their vulnerabilities and cyber risks. Vumetric is an ISO9001-certified global provider of penetration testing and cybersecurity services.
Our Mission and Values
“Provide the best cybersecurity and penetration testing services to help protect organizations against ever-changing cyber threats. We strive to be leaders in our industry by promoting standards, best practices, and raising awareness.”
Our methods are focused on delivering concrete results and are designed to provide actionable recommendations.
Our projects are based around the value generated for your company; we always aim to provide quality projects.
We adhere to the (ISC)² and the ISACA code of ethics. We recommend the adoption of these codes of ethics by all IT professionals.
Why Choose Vumetric?
Understand why most companies pick Vumetric for their yearly cybersecurity and penetration testing needs.
EXPERIENCE & REPUTATION
With over 300 cybersecurity projects performed annually and repeat business from the majority of our clients, our experience places us among the most trusted in the industry.
All our consultants are professionals with extensive experience and hold the most widely recognized certifications in the industry (e.g.: CISA, OSCP, CCNA, CISM, CISSP, CSSLP, GIAC, CEH, CPTE, SEC+, GPen, etc.).
Unlike many competitors, we do not resell any hardware or software solutions. This guarantees that our recommendations focus on the actual needs of your organizations.
All of our projects are performed in-house by our team of specialists to ensure consistency in the quality of our deliverables and the confidentiality of your information.
STANDARDS & METHODOLOGIES
Our services are based on industry-leading best practices, methodologies and standards (OSSTMM, OWASP, NIST, CVE, CVSS, STIX, CAPEC, etc.).
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Latest Updates From Vumetric
Bugs in the implementation of Microsoft Exchange’s Autodiscover feature have leaked approximately 100,000 login names and passwords for Windows domains worldwide.
Networking equipment company Netgear has released patches to remediate a high-severity remote code execution vulnerability affecting multiple routers that could be exploited by remote attackers to take control of an affected system.
VMware warns customers to immediately patch a critical arbitrary file upload vulnerability in the Analytics service, impacting all appliances running default vCenter Server 6.7 and 7.0 deployments.