Opportunistic scanning from cloud to endpoint
Posted on 13 February 2013.
iScan Online introduces opportunistic security scanning from the cloud to any device. They perform internal PAN, PCI and Vulnerability scanning without installing software or the need for additional hardware.

Products currently offered include:
  • iScan Online Cloud Apps, which deliver online scanning via native web browser plug-ins or as a command line executable for Windows and Mac OS X.
  • iScan Online Cloud Console for managing device security and compliance scans.
  • iScan Online RESTful API for integration with 3rd party solutions.
  • iScan Online for Mobile Ė currently in development will provide security scanning and device management of smartphones and tablets via Android and iOS mobile apps.
In addition to scanning for a full range of vulnerabilities and for specific regulatory compliance mandates (PCI, HIPAA), iScan Online also provides data discovery scans that can detect specific data types including PAN (primary account / credit card numbers), social security numbers or user defined data such as customer records, financial documents etc.

By combining the iScan Online Cloud Apps with a web application, Microsoft Active Directory or an existing Remote Monitoring and Management or Systems management solution organizations can achieve visibility and control over the devices accessing their network.

By utilizing the multi-tenant SaaS/Cloud model, the ability to embed the iScan Cloud App in a branded web site and the option of customizing the iScan Cloud Console, the solution is a great fit for MSPs and other 3rd party integrators to offer a critical security and compliance service to their existing products.





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