In computer security, the term vulnerability is applied to a weakness in a system which allows an attacker to violate the integrity of that system. Vulnerabilities may result from weak passwords, software bugs, a computer virus or other malware, a script code injection, a SQL injection or misconfiguration.<br><br>A security risk is classified as a vulnerability if it is recognized as a possible means of attack. A security risk with one or more known instances of working and fully-implemented attacks is classified as an exploit.
Download this white paper to learn how continuous asset discovery gives risk and security management insight into their network so they can direct security and operations staff to take the corrective action needed to reduce risk to meet the expectations of executive management.
Since Vendor Security Risk Management is a relatively new field, there are plenty of intricacies to come to terms with. To help your introduction to VRM go a little more smoothly, we have compiled a list of FAQs and tips to get you started.
This whitepaper talks about how to view up-to-the-minute endpoint intelligence within the context of other vulnerability data, prioritize vulnerabilities for remediation and quickly take corrective action to help minimize risks.
This paper talks about the state of today’s cyber threat landscape, current platforms for fraud management fall short, hurting customers in the process, and Trusteer's Cybercrime Prevention Architecture.
It’s official — BYOD is here, and there’s no turning back. Mobile Device Management (MDM) gives employees the freedom to connect whenever, wherever for increased productivity and a better work-life balance. But every smartphone, tablet and notebook is a potential gateway for unauthorized applications, malware and other security threats.
Your data is at risk. The threat of data breaches has grown larger than ever before, as attackers become more numerous and sophisticated. And as data becomes more precious, the damage that can be done by a data breach has increased greatly.
SimpliVity’s solution is a great fit for today’s midmarket data center. This hyperconverged infrastructure simplifies an otherwise complex system that would require frequent maintenance and upgrades. SimpliVity offers an affordable solution that addresses major challenges of midmarket I&O teams.