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Microsoft July 2022 Patch Tuesday Addresses 84 Security Vulnerabilities Including a Zero-day!

Microsoft fixes 84 vulnerabilities, including four critical, one zero-day, and 79 others as important in its July 2022 Patch Tuesday…

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Microsoft May 2022 Patch Tuesday Addresses 75 Vulnerabilities Including 3 Zero-Days

Microsoft has released Patch Tuesday security updates for May addressing a total of 75 detected vulnerabilities. 8 are classified as…

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Introducing SanerNow’s new paradigm of Security, Risk, and Compliance

IT landscape is expanding and getting complex day by day. With the growing number of cyberattacks and changing working norms,…

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Closing the Ever-Widening Gap Between Vulnerability Detection and Patching

Security risk management is a complicated and time-consuming affair. Organizations spend many resources to make sure all their business operations…

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Open-Source Vs. Commercial Vulnerability Management Tools: How a Free Tool Carries Hidden Challenges

When vulnerability management started out as a practice 15 years ago, the process was straightforward in function. An IT admin…

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What is Continuous Compliance and Why It’s More Than “Just a Perk”

Organizations are not new to grueling compliance audits that keep them up at night every quarter or year-end. To secure…

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