Context: Your Super-Weapon in Vulnerability Management?

Context: Your Super-Weapon in Vulnerability Management?

Merriam Webster defines context as the interrelated conditions in which something exists or occurs—such as the environment or setting. Another definition for the word context is also “parts of a discourse that surround a word or passage that can throw light on its meaning.” ... Read More
Why Modern Enterprises Require Risk-Based Vulnerability Management

Why Modern Enterprises Require Risk-Based Vulnerability Management

Cyberattacks are an increasing concern for organizations in every sector. Complicating the matter is the level of sophistication of modern attacks, and the fact that too many organizations, hamstrung by limited resources, end up relying on outdated security technology and processes. These challenges extend to traditional vulnerability management (VM) which ... Read More
The Secret Lives of Passwords

The Secret Lives of Passwords

If there is one thing every internet user probably shares, it’s a frustration with passwords. Originally invented as an optional way to keep computer accounts private, passwords have become the default authentication method, the keys to our online worlds—and constant sources of misery. Perhaps less well-understood, though, is the fact ... Read More
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