As volume of threats rises, a layered approach is key

For the third consecutive year, Avecto has analyzed the findings of the known vulnerabilities published by Microsoft. The report compares the annual trends and reveals a 52% uplift in the number of reported vulnerabilities.

The 2015 report takes an in-depth look at the vulnerabilities affecting Internet Explorer, Windows, Office, Windows Server and more - highlighting the clear case for admin rights removal in the enterprise as part of a proactive approach to endpoint security.

Reasons to download the report:

  1. Control the critical. 85% of all Critical vulnerabilities documented in the report can be mitigated by removing admin rights

  2. Closing the door to IE threats. 99.5% of all vulnerabilities reported in Internet Explorer in 2015 could be mitigated by removing admin rights

  3. Overcome Office flaws. 82% of all vulnerabilities affecting Microsoft Office in 2015 could be mitigated by removing admin rights

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