Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Aug 22, 2017
For many organizations, managing network vulnerabilities and risks is a lesson in frustration. Vulnerability scans are typically conducted in response to compliance mandates, and they can reveal up to tens of thousands of exposures—depending upon network size. Scan results are often a complex puzzle of misconfigured devices, unpatched software, and outdated or obsolete systems. And security administrators must struggle to quickly identify and remediate or mitigate the exposures that pose the greatest risk.
Vulnerabilities are very common nowadays. Even being a safest network does not mean that it cannot be compromised. It's how you handle these vulnerability and flaws and rectify the issues. In order help the security engineers Qualys, Inc. pioneer security brings free guide on Top 10 reports for Managing Vulnerability. This paper cuts through the data overload generated by some vulnerability detection solutions.
Compliance and financial risk used to be the driving concerns for security and risk management. Read how managing risk today means making sense of more data: vulnerability scans, application and database logs, flows, access and session records, alerts, and trending analysis.
Effectively monitoring and managing cloud infrastructure configuration changes and performing on-going vulnerability analyses through forensics, troubleshooting, audits, and automation are key activities to help secure your AWS environment.
Published By: Secunia
Published Date: Sep 30, 2015
In 2014, the world saw an increased number of security breaches in high profile companies. We will take a look back at some of these cases, and why it’s not only the high profile companies that were breached. Plus we will show you steps you can take to prevent yourself from being hacked in 2015. We will focus on “getting back to the basics” going into detail on why complete patch management means a safer year for any organization.
Cenzic’s ClickToSecure ARC product is a certified PCI Scanner Vendor by the PCI Security Standards Council (certificate number 4192-01-01). This Software as a Service (SaaS) offering requires no software to install and provides your company with thorough reports via the Web that reveals security and compliance issues, remediation recommendations, and methods for process improvement. By using Cenzic, PCI compliance now just becomes one reporting feature among many in your arsenal of tools for managing application vulnerability.