The people you work with, or for, need your IT expertise to address the ever-increasing number of IT threats and vulnerabilities. We’re not talking just simply installing and setting up scanners to run but making the most of the results of vulnerability scans to strengthen their existing cybersecurity posture.
You can’t prevent every cyberattack on the networks you manage. But you can control how difficult it is for the attacks to be successful. The more steps you take to address known vulnerabilities the less risk there is.
Think of progressive security as a locked car with a built-in burglar alarm parked in a locked garage with a well-lit sign on the door noting the area is under surveillance. You might not take these measures for a 15-year-old clunker with 200,000 miles on the odometer but you might make that investment to protect a high-end automobile.