Harden Your IT Network With Vulnerability Management

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Max Pruger, GM for Vulnerability Scanning

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If you are responsible for – or concerned about – protecting your network from hackers and other evil-doers, you will want to watch this IT security briefing for IT technicians and their managers. According to NIST’s National Vulnerability Database, in 2021 there were over 20,000 vulnerabilities, which is the highest level recorded in the last 20 years. Internal and external vulnerability scanning is the tried-and-true way to harden any network from most cyber threats, but most IT departments don’t do it enough . . . high cost and software complexity being the main reason. But vulnerability scanning is the best – and arguably only – way to maximize your IT security posture and reduce risk. Eliminate the vulnerabilities and there’s nothing hanging out there to exploit. Attend this webinar and you’ll learn: • How even the smallest vulnerabilities can be quickly identified and exploited. • Why hardening is critical for networks to eliminate potential vulnerabilities and drastically reduce the number of successful attacks against them. • How having an ongoing vulnerability management process enables you to have an effective system for identifying, categorizing, prioritizing and resolving vulnerabilities. In this live presentation, Max Pruger, General Manager for VulScan, will present some best practices and helpful tips. He will also provide a brief demonstration of our software solution, VulScan. It's purpose-built to manage vulnerabilities across network environments of any size through a single web-based portal, and helps internal IT professionals improve security without breaking the budget.

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If you are responsible for your organization’s IT security, you need to perform regular vulnerability scans to reduce the risk of a successful cyberattack your network. Most IT professionals understand this, but many are prevented from doing so because of resource constraints. They either face budgetary limitations imposed by finance, or they simply lack the staff to perform all the work that comes along with the scanning process. Tune in and hear from GM for VulScan Max Pruger and find out how you can solve this issue and the strategies to protect your networks every day.