Is your software a rogue one?

When Software Goes Rogue

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How do you know if your software a rogue one? Do you know how to detect the rebel scum that is renegade software? It flies casually, under the radar, running through your systems, creating security vulnerabilities.

Considering today’s fast-paced data, rogue software can be unapproved software introduced from bring your own device (BYOD) policies, an approved operating system on a server that is passed its end-of-life (EOL) or end-of-support (EOS) dates, or anything in between.

Access this white paper to learn about BYOD, EOL, and EOS challenges, as well as the levels of vulnerability and how to identify your risks.

Vendor:
BDNA
Posted:
02 Jun 2017
Published:
31 May 2017
Format:
PDF
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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