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A vulnerability management framework is a process that exists for an organisation to follow so that it remains as secure as possible. When correctly configured, a vulnerability management framework saves organisations time (for example, by employing a remote monitoring and management (RMM) agent to patch known issues in software) and money (by closing off possible attack vectors and saving time spent by IT staff on remediating vulnerabilities).

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