Ignorance is NOT Bliss

Proper security hygiene calls for regular vulnerability scans and periodic penetration testing because what you don’t know can hurt you. And what you *do* know, but don’t do anything about, can hurt you even more.

Regular scans identify potential security gaps in the network perimeter and internal components so that you can be proactively remediating the issues before they can be exploited by ‘bad actors’. Ranking the findings by priority is a vulnerability scanning best practice. This helps organizations budget scarce funds for the greatest impact. Regular scanning is key to not only find new vulnerabilities, but to also show progress as items are fixed, something you want to communicate to the boss, the board and to your auditor.


What's next?

Clients turn to Walker to help understand what types of vulnerability scans are most appropriate for their organization and current level of maturity. They also count on Walker to help analyze the results and start plugging the gaps.

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