Venafi protects machine identities for the largest companies on the planet. Leaders in the Global 5000 rely on Venafi to secure the cryptographic keys and digital certificates that authorize and control all machine-to-machine connections and communications.
The DROWN attack was designed to use brute force to attack an enterprise’s SSLv2 servers. This attack vector represents a significant risk to organizations and their encrypted data.
To minimize the risk, you need to do more than simply update affected server implementations. Your organization needs to have a strategy for finding all of the instances of potential risks.
Read our threat brief to learn tips for helping your organization minimize exposure to the DROWN attack.