Smaller businesses generally have fewer resources to invest in security, making them extremely attractive to cyberattackers. According to
“Our goal is to raise the bar for cybersecurity because we want to help make the Internet a safer place for everyone,” said
Melancon continued: “Tripwire SecureScan makes it easy for smaller organizations to know exactly which devices are on their networks, how these devices are vulnerable and how to manage their security risks.”
Tripwire SecureScan is a comprehensive vulnerability management solution that requires no hardware or software to be installed and managed. Organizations of any size can use the service to discover detailed information about networked devices and find vulnerabilities in hardware and software applications that are used in cyberattacks. Tripwire SecureScan discovers these vulnerabilities and then provides users with prioritized, in-depth information on how to fix these security weaknesses.
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"Organizations that live 'below the security poverty line' are cutting corners on security all the time," said
To sign up for Tripwire SecureScan, please visit: http://www.tripwire.com/securescan/.
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