7 essential vulnerability management questions answered

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Gone are the days when sysadmins simply scheduled patches for their network a week or two after Patch Tuesday and called it a day. Given the complexity of the current digital landscape, i.e, the scale and diversity of endpoints, applications, and operating systems on networks spread across the globe, many organizations face greater cybersecurity risk today. Not to mention the rate at which vulnerabilities are burgeoning.

Worse still, the coverage of attack vectors beyond the scope of vulnerabilities is constantly widening. This puts pressure on organizations to reorganize their priorities around vulnerability management. But organizations are often overwhelmed with a flood of concerns.

How often should I scan my network? Which areas should I focus on first? Will vulnerability management actually lower risks, or is it merely a compliance chore? What factors should I consider to prioritize high-profile risks? How do I define a better remediation method? Should my security architecture be entirely dependent on patching? What if I come across a zero-day vulnerability in my network?

In this e-book, we're tackling seven essential vulnerability management questions to dispel all your doubts once and for all. Once you're through this e-book, you'll have a thorough understanding of:

  • Why agent-based vulnerability management gives you an edge, especially in remote work conditions.
  • Why monthly or quarterly compliance-based assessments should only be a complement to continuous vulnerability assessments, not a replacement.
  • Why without a risk-based assessment your vulnerability management efforts would be a pointless endeavor.
  • What you need to look beyond CVSS scores and really prioritize risks.
  • Why you should adopt built-in patching rather than investing in third-party integrations.
  • How to defend your organization in case of zero-days, public disclosures, and other unpatchable situations.
  • The security strategies you can implement besides patching to offset the ever-widening attack surface.
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