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Free Vulnerability Scan

Partner with us to secure your business from potential cyber threats with a free vulnerability scan.

Want a free vulnerability scan?

At Periculo, we offer free vulnerability scanning to our partners to help you protect your business.

Our scan will identify any vulnerabilities in your network and provide you with a detailed report, including recommendations for remediation.

Why You Need a Vulnerability Scan:
Stay ahead of cybercriminals who are constantly seeking out vulnerabilities in systems.

Ensure that your network and systems are up-to-date and secure.

Meet industry and government regulations, such as Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard and Data Protection Act.

Gain peace of mind, knowing that you have taken steps to protect your business.

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The benefits of your free scan

Protecting your systems, saving you money and build customer trust

Improved Security

A vulnerability scan can help identify security weaknesses in systems and networks, allowing organizations to take proactive steps to remediate them and improve overall security.


Regular vulnerability scanning is often a requirement for compliance with various security standards and regulations, such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Cost Savings

By detecting and remedying vulnerabilities before they are exploited, organizations can save money that would otherwise be spent on dealing with the aftermath of a breach.

Enhanced Reputation

Regular vulnerability scanning helps organizations demonstrate their commitment to security, which can enhance their reputation and build customer trust.

Efficient Resource Allocation

A vulnerability scan can help prioritize remediation efforts, allowing organizations to allocate resources effectively and address the most critical vulnerabilities first.

Continuous Improvement

Regular vulnerability scanning can provide valuable insight into the organization's security posture, allowing it to continuously improve and stay ahead of potential threats.

How it works

Steps to becoming secure


Contact us for your free scan. Before beginning the scan, it is important to prepare, including ensuring that systems and applications are up-to-date and that the right permissions are in place.


The scanning process involves scanning systems and networks for potential vulnerabilities. The scan typically includes both internal and external scans, allowing us to identify potential threats from outside the network.


The results are analysed to identify any potential vulnerabilities and to prioritise remediation. The analysis should consider the severity of the vulnerability, its potential impact, and the ease of remediation.


The final step involves remediating any identified vulnerabilities. This may involve updating software, or changing security policies and procedures. Regular vulnerability scanning can help ensure that systems and networks remain secure.

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Contact us to get your free scan or to find out more.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a vulnerability scan?

A vulnerability scan is a type of security assessment that identifies potential vulnerabilities in systems and networks. The scan uses specialized software to analyze systems and identify security weaknesses that could be exploited by attackers.

Why is vulnerability scanning important?

Vulnerability scanning is important because it helps organizations identify security weaknesses in their systems and networks, allowing them to take proactive steps to remediate them and reduce the risk of a breach. Regular vulnerability scanning is also often a requirement for compliance with various security standards and regulations.

What do vulnerability scans cover?

Vulnerability scans typically cover a range of systems and applications, including operating systems, databases, web applications, and network devices. The scope of the scan will depend on the specific requirements of the organization and the systems being scanned.

How often should vulnerability scans be performed?

The frequency of vulnerability scans will depend on the specific requirements of the organization and the risk profile of its systems and networks. Some organizations may perform scans monthly or quarterly, while others may perform them more frequently, such as weekly or even daily.

Are vulnerability scans intrusive?

Vulnerability scans are not intrusive and do not cause any harm to systems or networks. They use passive methods to identify potential vulnerabilities and do not alter or interfere with the operation of the systems being scanned.