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Keep Your Enemies Closer - Get Proactive about Security

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Reducing the Cost and Complexity of Web Vulnerability Management

Hackers continue to refine their methods in targeted attacks, making it extremely cumbersome for IT teams to monitor web security for holes and vulnerabilities. Many network security processes are too high in cost and complex, deterring organizations from using the proper tools.

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