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Episode 1  |  42:24 min

A Brief History of Vulnerability Management

Episode 1  |  42:24 min  |  06.23.2020

A Brief History of Vulnerability Management

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This is a podcast episode titled, A Brief History of Vulnerability Management. The summary for this episode is: In the very first episode of Security Science the Father of Risk-Based Vulnerability Management, Ed Bellis walks us through the history of Vulnerability Management. From the dark times before the CVE list and open-source scanners to the capabilities of today's best performing vulnerability management programs.
Takeaway 1 | 02:26 MIN
The Dark Times Before CVE and Commercial Scanners
Takeaway 2 | 01:29 MIN
Scanning Signatures Before CVE
Takeaway 3 | 00:36 MIN
Defining Vulnerability Management
Takeaway 4 | 01:39 MIN
"Ignorance is Bliss" Stage of Vuln Management
Takeaway 5 | 02:04 MIN
Vulnerability Assessment and Long Lists of Vulns
Takeaway 6 | 03:47 MIN
Emergence of Pen Testing and Application Security
Takeaway 7 | 03:47 MIN
Scanning Accuracy and Confidence
Takeaway 8 | 03:12 MIN
Who is Responsible for Cloud Vuln Management?
Takeaway 9 | 03:43 MIN
The Benefits of CVE and CNA's
Takeaway 10 | 03:19 MIN
Generating Really, Really Long Lists
Takeaway 11 | 04:55 MIN
Processing Vulnerabilities In The Old Days
Takeaway 12 | 00:35 MIN
Beginning to Operationalize Vulnerability Management
Takeaway 13 | 00:30 MIN
Dumping PDF on IT's Desk
Takeaway 14 | 01:37 MIN
CVSS and Prioritizing Vulns
Takeaway 15 | 02:51 MIN
Vulnerability Management Top Performers Today
Takeaway 16 | 01:55 MIN
Closing Thoughts