Enterprise vulnerability management as effective as ‘random chance’

The enterprise is not up to speed when it comes to cybersecurity remediation strategies, it seems. According to a new report by Kenna Security and the Cyentia Institute, a lack of planning and structure in patch management, vulnerability fixes, and cybersecurity risk management has led to cybersecurity strategies which are based on chance and luck, rather than organized vulnerability resolution models.

The research, dubbed “Prioritization to Prediction: Analyzing Vulnerability Remediation Strategies,” further suggests that the volume of vulnerabilities which impact the enterprise is on the rise.

Read more about the new research, which suggests that predictive models could pave the way for more efficient cybersecurity remediation strategies, on ZDNet.

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