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Optiv works with more than 450 world-class security technology partners. By putting you at the center of our unmatched ecosystem of people, products, partners and programs, we accelerate business progress like no other company can.
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Greatness is every team working toward a common goal. Winning in spite of cyber threats and overcoming challenges in spite of them. It’s building for a future that only you can create or simply coming home in time for dinner.
However you define greatness, Optiv is in your corner. We manage cyber risk so you can secure your full potential.
Optiv Cybersecurity Dictionary
Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is a program launched by MITRE, a nonprofit that operates federal government-sponsored research and development centers, to identify and catalog vulnerabilities in software or firmware into a free “dictionary” for organizations to use as a resource to improve their security.
The dictionary’s main purpose is to standardize the way each known vulnerability or exposure is identified. Standard IDs allow security administrators to access technical information about a specific threat across multiple CVE-compatible information sources. CVE is sponsored by US-CERT within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Cybersecurity and Information Assurance (OCSIA). MITRE maintains the CVE dictionary and public website. It also manages the CVE Compatibility Program, which promotes the use of standard CVE identifiers by authorized CVE numbering authorities (CNAs).
November 13, 2017
Optiv recently completed our 2017 endpoint security solution evaluation. For this year’s review, we constructed several use cases that would model....