Large magnitude of vulnerabilities, ever-changing threat landscape and high cost of compromise make vulnerability management an urgent and critical security function for organizations today. To be effective, vulnerability management programs must build intelligence into every step of the process, from prioritization to remediation and reporting.
The challenge now is to identify and remediate those vulnerabilities that pose the biggest and most urgent threats to an organization, while maximizing returns on remediation efforts. To accomplish this, we must confront an ever-changing attack landscape — where new vulnerabilities are discovered daily, malwares and toolkits are developed at an alarming rate, and attackers frequently change their strategies.
Join Jayson Jean, Director of Vulnerability & Exploit Intelligence at Verisign and Syed Abdur, Director of Product Management at Brinqa as they discuss this and more.
- Incorporate security intelligence best practices
- Leverage threat intelligence and risk context for prioritization
- Control vulnerability flow through rule-based remediation tracking
- Identify and report key vulnerability risk and performance metrics