Third-party and supply chain vulnerabilities need to be addressed as part of a thorough cybersecurity process that focuses on management strategies, risk assessments, and network scanning and testing.
Many cyberattacks originate from zero-day vulnerabilities, as they can become a race between threat actors attempting to exploit the flaw and manufacturers releasing a patch or users applying mitigating techniques.
Do you know what vulnerability management is and why it's important? It uncovers deeper, company-wide security vulnerabilities that can wreak havoc throughout a network.
The worst way to find vulnerabilities in your company’s data security is when you’ve been robbed – when a cybercriminal utilizes these weak points to gain unauthorized access to your sensitive systems and data.
An important aspect of any company’s cybersecurity posture is knowing the regulatory and compliance requirements that pertain to your business. However, it is equally important to know the resources, processes, and frameworks that can help your company satisfy those requirements.