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What is the difference between a Cyber Risk Report and a Vulnerability Scan Report?

At the very heart of [secure] is your overall Attack Surface view. Your attack surface is made up of all the pieces of data that the platform knows about your business and its systems. It is all of these pieces of data that make up your overall Risk Rating and this is the information that makes up for Cyber Risk Report.

The Vulnerability Scan Report is a report on a single system or asset or a number of systems or assets, at a point in time. These are included within the Cyber Risk Report, but a singular Vulnerability Scan Report is used to report on information on a single particular scan.

Vulnerability Scan Reports are important. They are routinely used for proving compliance with the Payment Card Industries Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), the UK Governments Cyber Essentials scheme, and many other standards.