VM: Protecting Known Assets against Known Vulnerabilities

Two security controls, file integrity monitoring (FIM) and security configuration management (SCM), help organizations manage change. The former monitors for unauthorized changes to a system’s state, whereas the latter looks for configuration changes that introduce security risk. Both components are crucial to a company’s strategy for defending against digital threats. But on their own, they […]… Read More

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