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Understanding the impact and relevance between public vulnerabilities and their weaponization into threats such as different types of malware’s is important to understand the level of investment and the type of focus that is needed for vulnerability management. Setting the Context Often malware is associated with brute force attacks such as compromised credentials to gain […]

Much has been reported, blogged and pod-casted about the recent high-profile cyber security events surrounding Solarwinds. However, for many including myself, there has been a sense of foreboding about such an event for some time now, given the state of third party security. The response from the stakeholders indicate that while this event is still […]

frictionless vulnerability management

Vulnerability assessment and management is a critical piece in the cybersecurity program for any organization. Most organizations perform periodic vulnerability scans. However, traditional vulnerability scanning tools have largely resulted in a painful experience for customers. This is due to multiple reasons as below: Need to install agents or scanner appliances across the fleet These agents […]

“An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure”. Whatever way you quote this age-old adage, its hard to argue against it. So it goes in the cyber security context as well – preventing cyber threats is always going to be better than curing them. For more than a decade now, we have […]

Cloud Security Posture Management CSPM

Organizations have increased public cloud usage, as there are obvious benefits (elasticity, pay-as-you-go subscription model, etc.). While adoption across cloud layers (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) varies across organizations, one thing for sure is that IaaS usage is most prevalent. Organizations end up shifting to the cloud in an urgency and likely with a “lift and shift” […]

remote workforce vulnerability management

In an earlier blog article, we had a look at the challenges that organizations are facing with vulnerability management (VM) for their remote workforce. We briefly described what a Next Generation Vulnerability Management solution should look like for these scenarios. To summarize a Next Generation VM needs to be a cloud-based service which can provide […]

Trust and Security

In an earlier blog article last month, we talked about the top used open source projects from Census II report and security vulnerabilities in these projects. The exposure from using open source projects is real and certainly not insignificant. In this article, we will look at a companion report from Linux Foundation namely the “Improving […]