Can you remember your first network? Maybe it was composed of your computer and two others in a peer-to-peer sharing arrangement. As your network grew, it went to 5 – 30 computers with one or more servers, routers, firewalls and other devices.
By now you probably have an email server, web server and other appliances and tools that you use for your business.
There’s one problem, some (or many of these tools) have security holes (or vulnerabilities) in them.
You might now know about the holes but I’m sure hackers do. it’s important that you (or your local tech consultant) regularly run a vulnerability scan to find out what those holes are and close them. Here from NetVigilance’s CTO Jesper Jurcenoks on why this is important.
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