Vicarius Unlocks Nmap for Vulnerability Remediation

Vicarius Unlocks Nmap for Vulnerability Remediation

Mac Patching Best Practices

As vulnerabilities and threats become more sophisticated, having a reliable and automated Mac patch management solution for your organization's devices is essential. This is important if you are using a lot of custom applications that may be hard to update. 

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Three Essential Steps for Mac Patching

When it comes to the productivity of employees, few things are as valuable as each user selecting the tools that work best for them. For IT, this means creating an environment that helps employees select their preferred OS platform. When given the opportunity, many users will choose the Mac operating system. 

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Mac Patch Management 101

To reduce the risk of vulnerabilities, IT administrators must ensure the devices they manage, which sometimes includes Mac devices, have the latest updates installed, even if support for Mac is not their major competency. 

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What is Vulnerability Prioritization?

In an ideal world, security teams would remediate all vulnerabilities as soon as they are discovered, eliminating both small and large risks. However, zero inboxing in the world of vulnerability management is a mere pipe dream. 

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What is Virtual Patching?

This article will give you an insight into virtual patching, what makes patching hard for businesses, the value of virtual patching and how to fix virtual patching issues. Let’s get started.

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What is Patch Management?

Patch management is the process of acquiring, testing and installing updates on computers. It is mostly done by organizations as part of their internal efforts to fix issues with the different versions of software programs. Additionally, patch management also helps to evaluate existing software programs and detect any potential lack of security features.

A Step in the Right Direction – Binding Operation Directive 22-01

On November 3rd, 2021, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency released Binding Operational Directive 22-01, a compulsory direction with the goal of systematizing and standardizing vulnerability remediation across federal agencies except for defined “national security systems” and “certain systems operated by the Department of Defense or Intelligence Community.”

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