In this article, you will learn what is so special about Autobahn Security’s Issue Digestion and why this process plays an essential role in a realistic assessment of your security posture. That little extra for your vulnerability management. Vulnerability management is made up of many different sub-processes. With the so-called “Issue Digestion”, which stands between …
The vast number of security threats typically outnumbers the available security staff. Infrastructures simply grow and get more complex faster, than companies can hire or train experts. The shortage of IT specialists will most likely not disappear, at least not any time soon, and cybersecurity is among the most sought after fields. This doesn’t mean there is nothing that can be done – there are many ways and tools that help teams work more efficiently across all departments in all kinds of companies worldwide.
Vulnerability scanners for examples are tools built to detect as many vulnerabilities as possible. That’s generally a good thing, you wouldn’t want to miss a critical vulnerability. The downside is: You end up with awfully long lists of issues and you eventually have to go through all of them to know which vulnerabilities you should fix first. Not every vulnerability is actually exploitable and recurring issues don’t require the same amount of attention. Vulnerability prioritization and remediation tools (like Autobahn Security) tackle exactly this problem: The scan results are integrated and the data is aggregated into actionable step-by-step recommendations.