Computers running unsupported operating systems and software aren’t protected against ransomware and data breaches. Yet most businesses don’t replace old software to protect themselves, ultimately hampering their efforts to eliminate risk, comply with cybersecurity regulations and legal requirements and, most importantly, protect themselves.  When a product...

Network vulnerability scans play a crucial role in safeguarding networks. The process involves both External Vulnerability Scanning — a scan from the outside to check your network’s firewall and other “perimeter” defenses — and Internal Vulnerability Scanning — a scan that tests every device on...

Building client loyalty is essential to growing a successful business. It's much easier to renew contracts if you build client engagement delivering consistently positive communication and service. Increasing client retention by just 5% can result in a 25% - 95% increase in profit for B2B...

Vulnerability management tools simplify and automate the process of vulnerability management. While some tools focus solely on vulnerability scanning, others go beyond that to aid the entire vulnerability management process. Most products provide detailed analysis reports and charts built from scan results. Some include an...

The New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) has been closely monitoring the ever-growing threat posed to information and financial systems by nation-states, terrorist organizations, and independent criminal actors, particularly against financial services organizations. In response, DFS established a set of rules and regulations...

Vulnerability management is an ongoing process. It is a defined and accepted framework that constitutes six phases. This allows you to identify and address vulnerabilities efficiently and in a continuous manner.  What are the steps in the vulnerability management lifecycle?  Vulnerabilities continually emerge, with new issues being...