Penetration Testing, Vulnerability Assessment, Risk Assessment
WHAT: The Tripwire IP360 appliance is a solution to advanced enterprise threat detection, vulnerability management and risk assessment.
PRICE: $18,674 (preconfigured hardware appliance).
VENDOR: Tenable Network Security
WHAT: Tenable Network Security Nessus is one of the most comprehensive and widely deployed vulnerability assessment tools.
PRICE: $1,500 (initial purchase); $1,200 (yearly renewal).
VENDOR: Skybox Security
WHAT: The Skybox View Enterprise Suite is an enterprise vulnerability assessment tool that is deployed to aid in vulnerability and threat management, as well as security policy management.
PRICE: $11,500 (preconfigured hardware appliance).
WHAT: Secunia Corporate Software Inspector (CSI) inspects software on any Windows or Android device with an agent.
PRICE: Starts at $3,375 (one year, one user, 100 hosts).
VENDOR: Saint Corporation
WHAT: The SAINT Security Suite is a robust software package that quickly and easily gives a heads-up view of vulnerabilities on the network.
PRICE: $12,000 (preconfigured hardware appliance).
WHAT: Rapid7 Nexpose Ultimate is a comprehensive vulnerability scanner that is determined to convince you of its findings.
WHAT: Qualys Express Lite is a cloud-based vulnerability assessment tool intended for small businesses.
PRICE: $795 for two internet assets.
VENDOR: Core Security Technologies
WHAT: Core Security’s Core Insight is the gold standard for penetration testing and vulnerability assessment.
PRICE: $66,000, VM only; $10,000 per additional hardware appliance, plus 18 percent (first year).
WHAT: The BeyondTrust UVM20 Security Management Appliance is the preconfigured hardware offering of Retina CS Enterprise Vulnerability Management.
WHAT: Threat intelligence appliance that ties the Norse DarkMatter infrastructure to your network.
PRICE: Varies depending on deployment.
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