In my previous post, I discussed ways that organizations have typically reported on risk: namely, talking about the number of closed vulnerabilities. I discussed how most stakeholders (and particularly non-technical executives) can’t make heads nor tails out of that kind of reporting. So what’s the best way to truly report on risk? Your first step is to understand the criticality… Read more »
When I ran security at Orbitz, reporting on risk was always a challenge. My team wanted to ensure that we had a clear way to paint a picture of the organization’s exposure to risk—as well as describe the actions we had taken, month by month, in order to reduce that risk. But frankly, we weren’t very good at it. We… Read more »
We sent out a little poem to our customers, and we thought you might want to see it. Any resemblance to widely known holiday poems, either living or dead, is entirely coincidental. t’s almost year end, and you must understand Security pros everywhere are tired of their scans We’re talking Qualys, Nessus —Rapid7 too— Producing too much data and making… Read more »
Following on our work in this year’s Verizon Data Breach Information Report, Kenna recently published a kind of sequel: “The Remediation Gap: Why Companies Are Losing the Battle Against Non-targeted Attacks.” Authored by our chief data scientist Michael Roytman, the report examined the proliferation of non-targeted attacks and companies’ ability to counter these threats through quick remediation. Kenna analyzed 50,000… Read more »
It’s budgeting season! (Yes, try to restrain your excitement.) At Kenna, we thought we’d offer a few (admittedly biased) thoughts on how to approach your vulnerability management budgeting process. Read the full infographic below.
Here at HoneyApps, we’ve been fortunate enough to have built a great team of really talented individuals. In the spirit of Thanksgiving a few of our employees have decided to give back by allowing you to borrow them and their skills for a day. The catch? You make a donation to a charity agreed to by you and the worker… Read more »