Today’s enterprises face a constant challenge with the overwhelming amount of vulnerability remediation and patching that is required to maintain a healthy cyber security and risk posture. Most organizations perform vulnerability scanning with some frequency, but are not sure how to take action in the most impactful and efficient way. A review and approval process needs to take place involving vulnerability management teams, application owners and the system administrators doing the patching.
It is critical to make sure all stakeholders are on the same page and are prioritizing the organization's most important assets. Top priority should be given to assets that have the greatest potential business impact, starting with the infrastructure that is most vulnerable. These assets may include applications covered by regulations like PCI and those that are Internet facing. Vulnerability management teams need to have a strategic vulnerability management program to assess, monitor and proactively manage the assets at risk for reducing the attack surface exposure.
Most valuable servers that host critical information within the organization
Endpoints are the end user machines that are vulnerable to exploits leading to compromised accounts
Critical applications that are vulnerable to exploits within the organization or in the wild
Personal Identifiable Information that represents user’s personal records
Financial Data is organization’s financial records and privately held financial data
Credit card information used through POS machines and stored for business purposes
Risk Fabric can help you build a sustainable vulnerability management program that protects the organization's most valuable assets hosting sensitive data, exploitable critical applications, vulnerable high value systems, and reducing the mean time for remediation of assets at risk in accordance with company’s PCI, SOX, HIPAA regulations and other industry standards.
Risk Fabric understands the moving parts of enterprise vulnerability management, prioritizes remediation based on asset value and vulnerability severity, and puts the right information into the hands of each participant in the process. Risk Fabric’s integrated view of assets, risky user behavior, indicators of attack and vulnerabilities enables it to prioritize remediation based on the most important applications and systems that are most at risk.