Let’s break down what we do here at Ridge Security using our flagship product, RidgeBOT
is capable of autonomous and continuous pen testing (see our blog “What exactly is “Pen Testing?”), with a focus on independent testing. Pen testing means RidgeBOT, our 24/7, AI-enhanced machine, diligently scans for vulnerabilities, attempts exploitations on high-risk vulnerabilities, and reports back with results while providing potential remediations.
Reports can be customized, but our primary focus is reporting exploits for high-risk vulnerabilities because of RidgeBOT’s efficiency and real-life application.
For example, I am examining my house to discover where unauthorized access attempts could succeed. Let’s say there is an air conditioning vent that enables access to the safe inside my house. However, it is a small pipe that can only be accessed by a small rodent. It is a vulnerability, but it isn’t one that is likely to be exploited unless Disney’s G-Force suddenly becomes a reality. As such, when evaluating the security of my house, I may not have to pay attention to this small factor.
On the other hand, let’s say there is a faulty hinge on my door that allows it to open, even when it is locked. This flaw is more likely to be exploited and is easier to breach than the air conditioning vent. As such, with limited time and resources, I would choose to fix the faulty hinge.
We have a state-of-the-art-design team that has fashioned a web-based flowchart, allowing users to follow each exploitation attempt by RidgeBOT, strand by strand.
Thank you for reading, and we hope we simplified what RidgeBOT does for our customers. Remember, you don’t need to be a security expert to understand the importance of security and successfully implement security. That’s why RidgeBOT.
For those interested in the intricacies of our specifications and customizations, check back for future articles.