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Re-thinking vulnerability management in the era of Hybrid IT & DevOps

The digital transformation through Hybrid IT and DevOps has fundamentally changed how organizations operate – with major security implications. How do companies detect and manage vulnerabilities when the enterprise network constantly evolves, and code written this morning gets deployed this afternoon? This requires enterprises to take a proactive, continuous and automated approach to security. Join this session to learn from industry experts on how enterprises should approach vulnerability management and take a wholistic approach that goes beyond traditional metrics. The speakers will detail how enterprises can implement a fully integrated vulnerability workflow – from asset inventory/discovery to vulnerability detection to prioritization and finally to remediation and patching.
Recorded Feb 13 2020 58 mins
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Prateek Bhajankam,VP of Product Management & Badri Raghunathan, Director of Product Management at Qualys
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