In today’s fast-paced world of data, rogue software can run the gamut from unapproved software introduced from BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policies to an approved operating system on a server that has passed its end-of-life (EOL) or end-of-support (EOS) dates. Why does it matter? Being rogue, the software runs unbeknownst throughout your systems, creating a possible security vulnerability for the entire organization. The vulnerability can lead to cyberattacks, unauthorized access, security breaches and more. Taking a proactive stance is easier than you think.

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When Software Goes Rogue

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