It’s important to know the threats to the organization, the level of damage they could cause, and their remediation status.
As an MSP, Amoeba Networks provides these services for companies.
But in this communication, knowing what's happening is more critical than knowing how. Every vulnerability comes with a lot of technical information.
Redefining and explaining the information about every vulnerability would not be productive. As two examples, Log4j is a recent world-ending vulnerability discovered in the popular open-source software. And a couple of weeks ago, Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation music video from 1989 was declared a security vulnerability because certain older hard drives would crash if it played around them.
Even though both are vulnerabilities, the Log4j vulnerability is most likely a more relevant threat than Janet Jackson's music, impacting older and often obsolete hard drives.
Do technical details matter?