Asset Attack Vectors

Asset Attack Vectors

Develop a robust strategy for managing vulnerabilities to safeguard your company’s assets, applications and information.

The network environment of today is dynamic and require multiple security measures to prevent vulnerabilities and stop data security breaches. In the modern workplace every device that is connected to the internet can be a target. Attack points are expanding rapidly to include not just desktops and servers but however, routers, printers cameras, as well as IOT devices. It doesn’t matter if the company uses LAN, WAN wireless, wireless, or the latest PAN–skilled criminals have numerous entry points that are more vulnerable as never before. To keep a step on top of the latest dangers, IT and security leaders must be aware of vulnerabilities and be aware of the potential consequences.

Asset Attack Vectors can help to create a vulnerability-management program specifically designed for the current security environment. With years of expertise, the authors outline the latest methods for risk analysis, threat analysis and regulatory reporting. They also provide the practical requirements for service level agreements (SLAs) to manage vulnerability as well as patch management.

Security management must be more than a checkbox. It should be the basis of your company’s cybersecurity plan. Learn about the these Asset Attack Vectors in order to stay ahead of threats and secure your business with a comprehensive security strategy for assets.

The Things You’ll Be Learning

  • Develop a comprehensive evaluation and identification of risk policies, as well as procedures
  • Implement a complete security management process in just nine steps
  • Learn the consequences of active, dormant and vulnerable carrier states.
  • Develop, deploy and manage custom and commercial program for managing vulnerability
  • Find the most effective methods for mitigation, vulnerability remediation and elimination
  • Automated credentialed scans that rely on the least privilege access principles
  • Study real-world cases that provide strategies for success and highlight possible pitfalls

For Whom? This Book Is For

Security management professionals, intermediate and new auditors, professionals and staff from the information technology department trying to create an effective vulnerability-management strategy and protect themselves from cyberattacks that are based on assets.



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