Vulnerability Management: A Failed Subject in Cybersecurity

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Mar 11

Vulnerability Management: A Failed Subject in Cybersecurity

March 11 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm GMT-0500

Vulnerability Management: A Failed Subject in Cybersecurity

With remote working becoming more common, companies have forgotten about the different entry vectors for cyber criminals to access sensitive company information. To mitigate this type of activity, we have periodic procedures called Vulnerability Management – which is one of the best ways to proactively manage security.

Did you know that there are professionals who charge $200,000 per vulnerability detected?

Join us on Friday, 11th of March at 18:00H CET, Where we’ll dive head first into vulnerability management. We’ll cover how important it is to know the vulnerabilities of a company, how to identify the doors through which an attack could happen, and how good vulnerability management affects our daily work.

We will also learn how to enroll in a vulnerability management project for a company and how to
avoid common mistakes with the best practices.

Ready? 🙌

All you need to attend is a computer, a good internet connection and a willingness to get your cyber armor on! 🚀

The workshop will be hosted by the talented Daute Delgado:

Daute Delgado is a cybersecurity engineer with extensive experience in large infrastructure projects for renowned clients. He is also an Ironhack instructor boasting a high success rate for our students.

Details

Date:
March 11
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm GMT-0500
https://www.meetup.com/Learn-to-Code-in-Miami/events/284484846

Venue

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