But that was then, and you can no longer afford such a limited view now. Today, vulnerability management programs need to adapt to modern networks by having complete visibility of their ecosystem, automating remediation, and moving with the agility of SecOps and DevSecOps. They also must consider how to protect users and maximize the value of penetration testing.
In this whitepaper, we outline the foundational elements of a modern vulnerability management program, so you can properly address your security challenges. Wondering how Rapid7 fits into the picture? We've also put together a solution guide to bring actionability to your learnings.
Security organizations must rethink their vulnerability management programs. They need to monitor complex, dynamic computing environments, and respond in minutes or hours when issues are discovered—not days or weeks. In this whitepaper, we explore how enterprises can address these challenges and evolve toward a modern vulnerability management program using shared visibility, analytics, and automation.Download the whitepaper
Traditional vulnerability assessment tools and practices are too limited, too siloed, and too slow to keep up with today’s challenges. In this solution guide, we highlight how Rapid7 is helping our customers evolve their vulnerability management programs to meet (and exceed) those challenges.Download the solution guide
In the whitepaper and accompanying solution guide, we outline the foundational elements of a modern vulnerability management, including:
Enterprises today need to step up their game: Network vulnerability assessment is changing, your attack surface is growing, and it’s more necessary than ever to think about complete ecosystem visibility and automating remediation.
Web applications are the number one source of breaches, according to the Verizon 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report, yet they continue to be a major blind spot in vulnerability assessment. Securing them should be an integral component of your modern vulnerability management program.
Modern vulnerability management programs must also address your largest attack vector: your users. By increasing resilience to phishing and other social engineering attacks, your team learns to quantify and mitigate user risk.
Penetration testing should no longer be treated as a standalone activity. Sharing information with your pen testers allows them to assess the actual risk to the organization posed by each type of vulnerability, as well as validate vulnerabilities so you can prioritize and remediate them accordingly.
Ready to build a modern vulnerability management program? Let's get started with The Four Pillars of Modern Vulnerability Management: A comprehensive approach to reducing vulnerabilities across your ecosystem.