Mithi scans the setup using open source vulnerability scanners once a quarter and plans the changes required to mitigate the high and medium risks on priority. The solutions are also documented in a central vulnerability mitigation document for future reference (maybe by our enterprise customers who deploy servers in premise). If the vulnerability requires a product fix or an enhancement in the components/OS a request is raised with the product team. Depending on the rick level, they may choose to release a patch, or incorporate the fix in the next release or any subsequent release. Typically high risk vulnerabilities are sorted out within 60-90 days. In addition, our in premise customers (especially the large and medium size ones) regularly audit their Connect Xf setups via third party security auditors. Since the base application is the same on our in premise deployments and Mithi SkyConnect deployments, these reports are also used to fix the common vulnerabilities they report.
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