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The latest cyber-attack called WannaCry is front-page news around the world – this time attacking hospitals and many other businesses.
Across the world, enterprises are struggling to understand the steps they need to take to protect themselves, and fully realizing the dangers of out-of-date software.
We all now use software to help with virtually every task. So why are we leaving it vulnerable to attack?
There is a simple solution.
Keep all software current.
It is getting easier all the time to create malware or software that exploits vulnerabilities in your IT systems.
Most respectable software vendors will create and distribute patches quickly to address known vulnerabilities. However, everyone on the Internet now knows there is a way to exploit systems in your organization until you update them with the patch.
Keeping software current is critical given our reliance on software. But what may be surprising is that most organizations are incredibly slow at keeping their systems up to date. Moreover, larger organizations with huge IT teams are often the slowest to keep up.