vulnerability management

5 September 2017 at 9:47am
Vulnerability management is a critical aspect of cybersecurity. Understanding and limiting the vulnerabilities in our systems reduces the chance that they will cause harm to others, to Jisc, or it’s reputation. For some products and services (such as computer operating systems), vulnerability management is a relatively mature and well understood field. In others, particularly for highly specialised software, the level of service available from suppliers to help you manage vulnerabilities in their products and systems is variable to non-existent. 
11 May 2016 at 9:20am
In my post last month reviewing the security sessions at Networkshop44 I mentioned that there would be an announcement coming soon about a new Vulnerability Assessment and Information Service.
1 April 2016 at 4:25pm
The slides from our Networkshop session on Learning from Software Vulnerabilities are now available. All three talks showed how managing the process of finding, reporting and fixing vulnerabilities can improve the quality of software and the security of our systems.
27 July 2015 at 4:33pm
I've spent a few weeks investigating how we can use open source tools to provide basic vulnerability assessment functionality within a small ISO 27001 scope (less than thirty systems). The more sophisticated and expensive and commercial products are great, but before we investigated their use I wanted to see what we could get on a limited budget (mostly my time).
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