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"Vulnerability Remediation:Common Pitfalls & Best Practices to Succeed"

Remediation 101: Common Pitfalls and Best Practices to Succeed at Vulnerability Remediation

Remediation 101: Common Pitfalls and Best Practices to Succeed at Vulnerability Remediation

White Paper: NopSec

A lot of vulnerability remediation pitfalls can be avoided by investing in the right Vulnerability Risk Management technology. This means implementing a solution that effectively automates as many processes as possible.

Vulnerability Risk Management is often under-sourced and under-tooled, and yet stands at the epicenter of protecting the organization from a breach. 

In this white paper on “Common pitfalls and best practices to succeed at vulnerability remediation”, we explain common vulnerability remediation challenges and:

  • Provide solutions to simplify vulnerability remediation process

  • Reduce the average time it takes to close a vulnerability remediation ticket

  • Keep your business running smoothly and securely without any vulnerabilities

If you’re responsible for any part of your company’s Vulnerability Risk Management (VRM) program, this white paper is indispensable!

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