Many organizations feel that their patch management process which stays current with OEM released critical updates and other security features are sufficient to ensure their systems are not vulnerable to attack. Unfortunately as we have been seeing firsthand with RobinHood and similar targeted attacks, the equation is not quite so simple.
Compounding the issue is that in many instances, system patch updates are actually compilations of patches for multiple versions of a multitude of configuration changes, registry updates, system DLLs, file system modifications and other functionality which is not always available for update at the time a patch is installed. While a failure may generally provide a logged warning or even an error in the patch log, the patch gets applied and installed as if it was entirely successful leaving exposures to system libraries, drivers or other functions.
Vulnerabilities must be detected and fixed before they are exploited, but the deep scanning of networks is time intensive, error prone and requires a detailed analysis to weed out false positives as well as patches that may cripple or render useless a legacy application.
All of these activities take expertise combined with manpower to efficiently execute. Instead of bogging down your IT team or service provider with yet another continuous activity, let Parsolvo handle vulnerability management for you.
Our team of cyber security engineers are experts at identifying vulnerabilities, eliminating false positives and prioritizing action items so that IT operations can quickly and efficiently perform remediation activities against identified gaps.
Meet with one of our experts on how you can impelement vulnerability management into your security mix.