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To deploy resources in the right place, in the right way, vulnerability management teams need to know the intersection of vulnerabilities, network context and the threat landscape.
If the WannaCry ransomware attack taught us anything, it’s that traditional vulnerability management techniques aren’t protecting businesses from today’s threats. TCVM is a new approach, giving true visibility of an organisation’s risks. Use information from your network and current threats to prioritise vulnerabilities with precision. Take action immediately against your biggest threats, systematically reduce your attack surface and get more value from your team and technology.
Vulnerabilities and their exploitation are still the root cause of most breaches. IT security leaders should refocus their attention on how vulnerabilities are being managed and should track this metric to provide visibility as to how to reduce the biggest risks of being breached.
A Short Guide on the 2018 Australia Mandatory Data Breach Notification Report from this report you will learn: 1.What the Mandatory is 2.Businesses are you prepared? 3.What are the security implications 4.Surving the MDBN 5.Top Tips
Your approach to vulnerability management may be putting your organisation at greater risk. Just dealing with vulnerabilities that a vendor said were “critical” isn’t enough and may still leave you susceptible to an attack. Attackers are embracing ransomware and other forms of distributed cybercrime made readily available as packaged exploit kits and services on the dark web. These attacker tools target low–hanging fruit by exploiting a surprisingly small number of vulnerabilities, many of which wouldn’t be tagged as a high priority in a purely vulnerability–centric approach.