This intelligence reveals organizations are not doing enough with respect to vulnerability management and highlights a strong need for organizations to learn and evolve their vulnerability management program.
Through 2020, 99% of vulnerabilities exploited will continue to be ones known to security and IT professionals for at least one year.1
Digital Defense’s EVP/Chief Technology Officer, Gordon MacKay presents thought-provoking insights in a newly published white paper, Vulnerability Management Maturity Model: VM3. MacKay provides a guide to achieving higher levels of vulnerability management maturity.
Learn about the evolution of vulnerability management to assess where your organizations stands and how best to heighten your level of maturity and security. This paper is intended for C-Level executive decision makers, as well as security practitioners to all organizations levels who are interested in understanding and controlling their security risk and evolving their vulnerability management process.