Managing risk must start with reducing the cracks and holes through which unwelcome visitors can gain access to any valuables you want to protect.
Software vulnerabilities are often the entry points used by cybercriminals to get into organizations and escalate attacks. For that reason, having a comprehensive overview and accurate information on software vulnerabilities is one of the critical factors to assess risk and prioritize the actions that will have a strong and consistent impact on reducing the attack surface.
The immediate result of managing software vulnerabilities is the proactive reduction of risk, but there is another, often overlooked, benefit for organizations. Less cracks and holes means less noise for those who monitor environments for incidents and are responsible for responding to them. The outcome is improved accuracy, faster responses and lower cost.
In this webinar we explain the intelligence that goes into managing software vulnerabilities, how it differs from basic information about vulnerabilities and how organizations can benefit from intelligence to become more secure.