British Airways, Ticket master, Thomas Cook, Equifax and Dixons all of them have one thing in common.
They were breached.
Hackers are adopting fast and getting more sophisticated. The pressure is on the business owners and IT departments to make sure the business systems are safe against sophisticated attacks. There are number of different types of attacks hackers chose. All of them start with exploiting a vulnerability in your systems. You will need to mitigate the risk. A good vulnerability management system will help you close the loopholes.
What is Vulnerability Management?
It is the process of finding the flaws in your software, configuration, missing software patches, out of date software then release the updates, patches and managing them. This is a must if you are in a regulated industry.
How does it work
The Rapid7 Insight cloud collects data from across your environment, making it easy for teams to manage vulnerabilities, monitor malicious behaviour, investigate and shut down attacks, and automate your operations.
Through automation and orchestration, you’ll free up team members to focus on strategic priorities with the confidence to know that things are running smoothly in the background. We work together to make sure you’re getting the right security outcomes based on your organisation's business goals.
What customers are saying
Everything we do is driven by understanding modern security, IT, and development challenges and the people who experience them. But don’t just take our word for it. Hear directly from our customers on how Rapid7 can help you break down the silos and work smarter.
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