'Complex and vulnerable, and that’s just the CISOs job'
As Marc Andresson predicted, software ate the world. Unfortunately, with almost quarter of a million vulnerabilities now in the National Vulnerability Database, security leaders have been left with piles of washing up.
Driven by sprawling, software transformed, environments and an ever-changing threat landscape – this problem will only compound over time. Facing an overwhelming volume and variety of software vulnerabilities – how do security leaders balance risk with technical and human resource? Big spreadsheets don’t work, neither do expectations of fully patched environments, so what will?
Join an audience of your peers online from the comfort of your own home at 5:00PM on 21st March for a healthy discussion.
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Founded in 2018 by 4 experts from major cybersecurity services providers, Hackuity reinvents Vulnerability Management: a cybersecurity practice to find and fix vulnerabilities before attacks could exploit them. The exponential complexity of attack surface, ...translated into an unmanageable fragmentation of cybersecurity tools and processes, hits organizations with an overwhelming flood of information that renders the whole initiative impracticable. By orchestrating 3rd-party tools and aggregating all exposure data into a single pane of glass Hackuity breaks technological silos and allows its customers to capture, at last, the complete picture of their security posture. With advanced analytics and machine learning, Hackuity automates prioritization by working holistically across all IT dimensions of its customers, from infrastructure to the development lifecycle. Companies focus their efforts where it matters the most, drastically reducing remediation time and costs.Read More
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