webVAP – Website Vulnerability Assessment Program | Krohn Media 



Protect Your Healthcare Website from Malicious Hackers

Healthcare organizations are tasked with the tremendous responsibility of protecting patient information and records.

Is Your  Healthcare Website Secure – Industry and HIPAA Compliant?

Website Vulnerability Assessment Program (webVAP) scans your website for security vulnerabilities that can compromise patient data, damage your website and cause harm to your users and more.


Identify Risks & Fix Vulnerabilities with Extensive Reporting

Our team will provide a specialized report detailing how your website performed against tested vulnerabilities. Alongside each risk, we provide a reference to an effective solution. This way your IT department can secure any vulnerabilities before hackers exploit them.

  • Ensure your patient data is secure
  • Protect your medical practice online
  • Be compliant with industry standard


Scanning Your Healthcare Website for Top Security Vulnerabilities and More

SQL Injection Vulnerabilities (SQLi)

Hackers can inject spam posts, steal patient information and potentially gain full control of your website

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

Attackers can spam visitors and steal session data

Command Injection

Attackers can hijack your website and/or hosting server

File Inclusion (LFI/RFI)

Hackers can take control of a website’s admin panel or host server

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)

Attackers can change user passwords and even transfer funds

SSL Compliance

Ensure your website encrypts communication between the server and the user’s browser


An Estimated 30,000 Websites are Hacked Every Day

Ready to Protect Your Healthcare Website?

Contact Krohn Media – webVAP 



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