Our popular vulnerability management buyer's guide has been brought into the modern age
Vulnerability management (VM) is the process of identifying, assessing, and remediating vulnerabilities based on the risk they pose to your organization. The core technology component of this process is typically a vulnerability scanner, which discovers assets connected to your network and scans them for known vulnerabilities, for example, the Heartbleed Bug.
However, modern vulnerability management programs increasingly make use of agents to get live vulnerability data from devices, particularly endpoints and devices that are difficult to traditionally scan. They also need to also consider application and user vulnerability assessment.
That’s why we’ve created this buyer’s guide, with an easy-to-use
checklist, to help you determine your requirements for selecting an effective and
modern vulnerability management solution for your organization.