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The Role of Data in Risk Remediation

Ilan Spector
 | Oct 26, 2021
 | Product Manager

The importance of identifying and understanding data risks in the cybersecurity world is unquestionable. Data helps an organization take preventative measures, and knowing how to interpret data helps teams make better decisions surrounding their network security. In addition, data analytics can expose flaws in an established system. In short, data is what fuels the risk prioritization process. 


Your enterprise should have data that can help answer these questions:

  • What is susceptible in our organization?
  • What vulnerabilities have led to an attack in the past?
  • What types of attacks should we focus on?
  • What resources and assets are at risk?
  • How do we avoid becoming repeat victims?


In this increasingly connected world, data risks abound and breaches happen daily. Knowing how to obtain and interpret security data is an increasingly important step in the risk remediation process. The use of data is crucial in identifying vulnerabilities that may pose a threat to your organization’s cybersecurity. After using data to identify these threats, Vulcan can take you to the next step in the remediation process by choosing which vulnerabilities to prioritize. Vulcan’s platform will help you deliver precise instructions to your team in an efficient and scalable form. Visit Vulcan to learn how you can get fix done today. 

About the Author

Ilan Spector

llan has years of product experience ranging in large enterprises and small startups. He is passionate about creating value for users through great product experiences.

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