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Confront your most critical threats with business risk analytics

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Your organization’s critical vulnerabilities are found in concentrations of material risk. These “risks that matter” become evident when each risk is considered in the context of all risks throughout your organization – and can become roadblocks to the performance of your business.

Attend this webinar to learn how McAfee and the Rev2 RiskView application work in concert to prioritize your risk mitigation resources while lowering your overall risk profile. You will learn how the McAfee/Rev2 integration:

• Standardizes information security data into a common format so that it can assign a materiality score to each risk.
• Enables you to quickly score hundreds of thousands of vulnerabilities to highlight the critical few risks.
• Use McAfee Risk Advisor to determine whether a countermeasure is in place and whether action is needed.
May 1 2012
29 mins
Confront your most critical threats with business risk analytics
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