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Fighting Fire with Fire: Automated Network Vulnerability Assessment
By responding to automated hacker attacks with automated vulnerability assessment, IT groups level the battlefield. In so doing, they take proactive steps to protect their networks, customers, data assets, and business continuity.

Not too long ago, most hacker attacks targeted high-profile organisations such as banks and governments. Times have changed, and now every Internet-connected network is vulnerable, whether it has thousands of IP addresses or just one. Why? Automated tools make it easier to quickly identify and exploit network exposures, so more people can become hackers. And theyre doing more damage because the new generation of threats is self-replicating and more virulent than ever.

As a result, prevention has become a top priority for IT groups of all sizes. For companies with global e-commerce operations, for example, protecting Internet-facing devices is crucial for business continuity. And for companies that maintain confidential customer or patient data online, its essential to protect privacy, prevent fraud such as identity theft, and safeguard research data from destruction or manipulation by hackers.

But with limited staff resources, how can IT groups prevent network attacks without diverting resources from other projects? Increasingly, the answer is vulnerability assessment, the process of identifying network and device vulnerabilities before hackers can exploit them. And since hackers rely increasingly on automation, companies can fight fire with fire by automating their vulnerability assessment process.
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