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Industry Experts Call Retina CS a ‘Flawless’ Best Buy

Posted February 1, 2012    Mike Puterbaugh

Yesterday Morey Haber gave our readers a sneak peek at what was to come with our soon-to-be-announced Retina CS 3.0 release. All of us here at eEye feel 3.0 will drive even greater distance between eEye and our competitors.

Customers speak the loudest with regards to my backing up our claim of market and product leadership, but I also often refer to 3rd party market coverage as well. Today, I’m proud to share with you another clear validation of the value and capabilities that Retina CS delivers to enterprise security, compliance and IT teams. 

SC Magazine Names
Retina CS a 5 Star Best Buy

I’ll let the article speak for itself, but will take the opportunity to point out our clean sweep of 5 Star ratings, across features, ease of use, performance, docs, support and most importantly, value to the business.

Our customers rely on Retina CS to not only manage the day to day security needs of their business, but also to provide really valuable context – mapping the risk within their networks (physical, virtual, cloud) and mobile assets to their business objectives.  Retina CS was so highly rated by SC Magazine due in large part to its ability give users more value than just a laundry list of vulnerabilities, something we hear quite often from new customers who are moving away from vendors who aren’t innovating as quickly as eEye.

I’d love to hear your thoughts on SC Magazine’s review, so please use the comments section below to share your feedback.

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The tip of the IRS data breach – and it IS an iceberg

Posted May 27, 2015    Morey Haber

The IRS has been warned for decades about their security best practices. And now, at least 100,000 Americans have had their records compromised. How? The IRS uses a service called “Get Transcript”.

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Tales from the Datacenter: Vulnerability Management Nightmares

Posted May 27, 2015    Dave Shackleford

Vulnerability scanning, threat management, risk analysis, patching, and configuration management are some of the major activities usually associated with vulnerability management, and none of these are new…so why are we failing so badly at many of them?

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Don’t Create a Different sudoers File for Each System

Posted May 20, 2015    Randy Franklin Smith

What if you have multiple Linux and/or Unix systems? Sudo management can become onerous and unwieldy if you try to manage a different sudoers file on each system. The good news is that sudo supports multiple systems.