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Integrating Vulnerability Assessment and Remediation: Guidelines to Maximize Performance and Benefits
Over the past few years, vulnerabilities have exploded across all types of platforms—leaving IT security and operations teams scratching their heads. Today

church donation  to the one between church and state. The IT security team is tasked with ferreting out an increasing number of vulnerabilities that could potentially leave the infrastructure exposed. Once they’ve come up with their laundry list of problems they lob them over the fence to IT operations on the other side. IT operations is then asked to address these issues in between all of the other day-to-day activities involved in keeping the infrastructure running. That may have worked in the past, but today’s

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