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Directory Of Vulnerability Management Vendors To Watch in 2018

Find Vulnerability Management companies on the Cybersecurity 500 List

Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief

Sausalito, Calif. – Mar. 17, 2018

Through 2020, 99% of vulnerabilities exploited will continue to be ones known to security and IT professionals for at least one year, according to a white paper authored by Gordon MacKay, EVP and Chief Technology Officer at Digital Defense. This data indicates that organizations of all sizes and types are not doing nearly enough with regards to vulnerability management.

As a result of the growing number of zero day exploits and other vulnerabilities, an expanding number of companies are entering the market, obtaining venture funding, and participating in mergers and acquisitions. Long-term players such as Digital Defense, which has been in business since 1999 – a year before vulnerability scanning came to market in 2000 – remain on the short list for CIOs, CISOs, and IT security teams.

The Cybersecurity 500 features numerous companies with vulnerability management offerings – from pure-play companies such as Digital Defense, to larger information security product companies, and up to some of the largest tech vendors globally.

Before heading over to the Cybersecurity 500 list, you might want to check out the library of resources from Digital Defense. Their guides, white papers, reports, alerts, and blog, are mainly focused on vulnerability management. Or, you can read on to learn more about Digital Defense and what they are doing to help companies with the vulnerability management challenge.


 Organizations in all industries face the challenge of defending against a devastating information security breach. Security professionals are tasked to stay ahead of the risks and leverage technologies, policies and procedures to defend against incoming attacks and protect sensitive data.

Digital Defense, a leader in Vulnerability Management, understands the challenges and is committed to helping Information Security professionals mitigate risks with an exclusive benchmark study that provides key intelligence on programs and practices.

For information about the list of vulnerability management companies, contact the editors at Cybersecurity Ventures.

Steve Morgan is founder and Editor-in-Chief at Cybersecurity Ventures.

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