Why do I have to keep paying for a subscription if I have just had all the vulnerabilities in my network fixed?
New vulnerabilities are detected every day (an average of 40 per day), just like an antivirus that updates its databases daily. The box updates its databases every hour and in the event of new vulnerabilities that affect your network, you will be "up to date" on your database..
Moreover, for many years, companies and especially their production tools have been increasingly connected. The evolution of practices linked to the disappearance of the boundary between professional tools and personal tools accompanying employees, is not without consequences on the vulnerability of companies' computer networks. These external terminals lead to a prodigious increase in the attack surface. This consequence is amplified by the lack of security maturity of connected object manufacturers.
Other questions on the same theme :
- What are the issues that lead to a preventive solution?
- If I have a vulnerability on my network, is it up to you to fix it?
- If I am attacked tomorrow, what happens?
- Where are the cases made? Do you have a label?
- Your solution seems very interesting, why has no one proposed it so far?
- If I see too many vulnerabilities, won't I get lost in a pile of information to manage?
- What does Sherlock do vs. other Nessus-type audit tools?