3 Things You Need to Know About
Prioritizing Vulnerabilities

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Last year, 16,500 new vulnerabilities were disclosed – a marked spike from 15,038 vulnerabilities in 2017. On top of that, the majority of these vulnerabilities were categorized as high or critical based on the industry-standard Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS).

With the number of vulnerabilities on the rise, and their severity increasing, how can you identify the biggest cyber threats to your business – and know what to fix first?

Download the “3 Things You Need to Know About Prioritizing Vulnerabilities” ebook now to:

  • Discover the 3 critical steps to building an effective vulnerability remediation plan
  • Explore the pitfalls of popular prioritization approaches
  • Learn next steps you can take today to dramatically reduce the list of vulnerabilities you need to remediate

If you have any further questions about vulnerability management of the Tenable solutions, do not hesitate to contact us at sales@nynox.eu

Vulnerability management

Accurately identify, investigate and prioritize vulnerabilities

Vulnerability management is an ongoing process—part of your overall cybersecurity program—to reduce your cyber exposure. You can accurately identify, investigate and prioritize vulnerabilities across your complete attack surface with Tenable.io or Tenable.sc and instantly access the most accurate information about all your assets and vulnerabilities in a single platform.

Why do we need Vulnerability Management?

Hackers and other attackers discover new vulnerabilities every day! Companies and vendors are doing everything they can to patch these vulnerabilities and try to harden the systems as fast and as superb as they can. Money is the number one motivation within the attacker community and they are continuously adapting to make sure they objectives are reached. 

Vulnerability management is an ongoing process that provides continuous check-ups of your business to ensure patches are being applied and vulnerabilities can be remediated. As a result you can stay one step ahead of the attackers.

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