As vulnerability management evolves, organizations are seeing an increased need for prioritization, benchmarking, and flexible reporting. Risk-based vulnerability management (RBVM) is a process that reduces vulnerabilities across your attack surface by prioritizing remediation based on the risks they pose to your organization. Risk-based vulnerability management uses asset criticality, vulnerability severity, and threat actor activity, allowing you to understand vulnerability risks with threat context and insight into potential business impact. It helps you cut through vulnerability overload so you can focus on the relatively few vulnerabilities that pose the most risk to your enterprise.
• Learn How to Prioritize Vulnerabilities Based on Risk
• Differences Between Legacy Vulnerability Management and Risk-Based Vulnerability Management
• Vulnerability Management as a Service: Take the burden off your resources so they can focus on other critical tasks.