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VULNERA Use Cases

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Cyber Attacks

Cybersecurity continues to be a pressing issue across the globe and has become the new norm across both public and private sectors.

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Business Impact

Cyber attacks can impact an organization in many ways – from minor disruptions in operations to major financial losses.

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Industry Demand

VULNERA solutions help with a number of compliance, security, and business challenges that organizations now face.

Nearly every industry has had to adapt quickly and embrace new solutions to protect their infrastructure. Reach out to talk to one of our vulnerability experts if you’d like more information about any of these use cases.

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For All Kinds of Teams

No matter your role, remediation tracking helps satisfy the needs of your executives, technology and security teams, and operations and project management teams. Provides independent confirmation that mitigation efforts are working.

Compliance & Governance

Center for Internet Security (CIS)

CIS Controls and CIS Benchmarks provide global standards for internet security, and are a recognized global standard and best practices for securing IT systems and data against attacks. CIS maintains the “CIS Controls”, a popular set of security controls which map to many industry-standard compliance and governance frameworks. Through an independent consensus process, CIS Benchmarks provide frameworks to help organizations bolster their security.

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Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA)

CDSA is a worldwide forum for advocating for the innovative and responsible delivery and storage of entertainment, software, and information content. It provides guidance and requirements for securing media assets within a Content Security Management System (CSMS) and specifies controls designed to ensure the integrity of intellectual property and the confidentiality and security of media assets across the digital media supply chain. 

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Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)

CMMC is a unified standard for implementing cybersecurity across the defense industrial database (DIB), which includes over 300,000 companies in the supply chain. Released in January 2020, CMMC was the DoD’s response to significant compromises of sensitive defense information located on contractors’ information systems. Contractors are now required to have third-party assessments of their compliance with certain mandatory practices, procedures, and capabilities that can adapt to new and evolving cyber threats. 

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Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 — better known as HIPAA — is a federal law that was primarily created to protect the health information of patients in electronic form (ePHI). HIPAA requires that health providers and organizations must use reasonable and appropriate healthcare cybersecurity measures to protect this data. These entities are subject to heavy penalties if that are not in HIPAA computer and technology compliance.

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National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

NIST is a U.S. federal agency that establishes computer and information technology related standards, guidelines, best practices, and other resources to meet the needs of U.S. industry, federal agencies, and the broader public. NIST also advances understanding and improves the management of privacy risks. 

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Payment Card Industry (PCI)

To improve the safety of consumer data and trust in the payment ecosystem, the major credit card companies formed the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council to administer and manage security standards for companies that handle credit card data. These standards, also known as PCI DSS, ensure a baseline level of protection for consumers and banks in the digital era. 

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For All Kinds of Teams

No matter your role, remediation tracking helps satisfy the needs of your executives, technology and security teams, and operations and project management teams. Provides independent confirmation that mitigation efforts are working.

CISO Challenges

Cyber Insurance

Even minor incidents can disrupt an organization in major ways. Cybersecurity insurance can help your organization recover from financial losses caused by cyber incidents such as data breaches, system hacking, ransomware payments, and denial of service. To ensure you have the right level of insurance when you need it most, it is critical to prepare for the application process itself.

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Heavily Regulated / PII

Organizations in regulated industries such as healthcare or fintech are no stranger to the pressures of compliance. No matter which regulating authority your organization is impacted by, our solutions give you the insight and advice you need to identify and mitigate risk according to the standards of your regulated environment. 

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Mergers & Acquisitions

Oftentimes cyber risk is not adequately addressed during the due diligence phase of M&A. Cybersecurity and cloud security can become significant risks. There can be gaps in the assessment of information and cybersecurity posture of the involved entities. VULNERA helps both acquiring and target companies identify and tackle the risks that vulnerabilities may introduce to the environment.

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New CISO

CISOs face an ever-increasing responsibility to map security strategies to meet new challenges, but must also do so in support of key business objectives. Cybersecurity is essential in ensuring organizations are protected and able to protect critical assets and ensure uninterrupted business operations. 

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New Vulnerability Management Program

Patch and vulnerability management is a security practice designed to proactively prevent the exploitation of IT vulnerabilities that exist within an organization’s internal, external and cloud environments. They are components of a vulnerability management program which gives organizations a framework for managing risk across the enterprise network. A well-run vulnerability management program is the foundation that supports an organization’s corporate security, risk, and compliance programs.

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Third Party Risk Management

Security teams have tried to manage the ongoing risk posed by third parties using annual security assessments, but security and risks can change quickly. Point-in-time assessments are not adequate enough to help organizations to make informed decisions regarding their risk.

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Prioritizing Risk / Need Visibility

While the goal of the security team is to find and fix all vulnerabilities in the environment, that is a nearly impossible goal. Focusing on issues that pose the largest risk is the key to the success for a vulnerability management program. VULNERA helps security teams understand the connection between a vulnerability, the assets it affects, and the remediation strategies for prioritizing and fixing it across the organization. 

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Recently Breached

It is no surprise that many organizations saw an increase in cybersecurity threats in the past year. The shift to cloud-based tools and software has left many with new found vulnerabilities and an increased attack surface. That’s why adopting a proactive approach to security validation is essential. 

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For All Kinds of Teams

No matter your role, remediation tracking helps satisfy the needs of your executives, technology and security teams, and operations and project management teams. Provides independent confirmation that mitigation efforts are working.

IT Challenges

Alert Fatigue

Traditional approaches to managing security alerts often drives teams into reactive mode when overwhelmed by large volumes of noisy alerts or spending too much time gathering information and analyzing log files. VULNERA helps organizations get ahead of alerts by zeroing in on the vulnerabilities that matter most with contextualized data.

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Cloud Attacks

Cloud computing has enabled organizations to grow and scale without having to make large capital investments. But the public nature of the cloud also places you at risk from a variety of cyberattacks. By understanding these threats and taking proper preventative measures, organizations can still enjoy the benefits, while minimizing the dangers. 

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Emerging Threats

Dependency on the internet impacts all aspects of human life, including education, healthcare, business, financial transactions, and more. Safeguarding devices as well as the data and intellectual property that can be accessed through them has become increasingly difficult and complex. The continuously changing nature of cybercrime also leads to the difficulty in handling and avoiding emerging threats.

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Remediation Validation

For security teams, maintaining compliance and guarding against evolving cyber threats represents a critical and continuous effort. It’s vital to apply patches and fixes when vulnerabilities are identified. But for resource-constrained operations teams, patch validation and testing can present a number of challenges. 

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Lack of Resources / Cybersecurity Skillset

Organizations face a persistent challenge trying to recruit and retain skilled cybersecurity professionals that are capable of protecting systems against the threat of malicious actors. Work shortages exist for nearly every position within cybersecurity, but the most acute needs are for highly-skilled technical staff. For companies lacking these skilled resources, choosing a fully managed vulnerability management solution can offer reliability, nonstop coverage, and better access to talent. 

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Work From Home / Distributed Workforce

With working from home – and across the globe – as the “new normal”, the proliferation of improperly secured devices has caused increases in ransomware, firmware attacks, exploitation of unpatched vulnerabilities, data leaks, and “man-in-the-middle” attacks. Continuous security testing helps organizations secure their network by assessing the constantly changing landscape.

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