How to enhance your vulnerability management programme with analytics, intelligence and automation
Traditional vulnerability management programmes are ineffective and inefficient. Organisations often deploy the best of the detection tools...
Traditional vulnerability management programmes are ineffective and inefficient...
8 June 2022 | 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Traditional vulnerability management programmes are ineffective and inefficient. Organisations often deploy the best of the detection tools like network and application security scanners, software composition analysers and DevOps integrated security tools to detect vulnerabilities round the year. However, the challenge continues to be managing large number of vulnerabilities, relevant true and false positives, prioritisation for mitigation, escalation and near real time reporting.
Apart from that, another critical challenge for managing vulnerability programmes has been to leverage predictive analytics for prioritising risk-based vulnerability closure and adding vulnerability intelligence to top it from sources other than depending only on OEM and CVE sources.
With the advent of analytics, automation of vulnerability intelligence capabilities and improvement in collaboration; the program can be made efficient and effective. In this webinar we will look at the evolution of the risk-based vulnerability management programme and how an integrated platform can provide asset management, analytics, vulnerability intelligence integration and its automation to help better manage risk and improve governance.
- Understanding ever increasing threat and attack surface and how existing vulnerability management capabilities are ineffective in detecting and managing vulnerabilities.
- How an integrated approach of vulnerability detection, risk-based prioritisation, attack surface management, workflow automation, predictive analytics and context can improve vulnerability management programme.
- How an automation platform can make vulnerability management efficient and improve governance and provide real time view of attack surface and risk.
Chandra Prakash Suryawanshi
KPMG in India
Arcot of ServiceNow