Why and How to Adopt the CTEM Framework

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Pete Shoard, Gartner VP Analyst, Maya Malevich, XM Cyber Head of Product Marketing

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Attack Surfaces are expanding as organizations invest in Cloud, SaaS and third-party supplier relationships to support business needs. At the same time, security teams are realizing they can’t fix everything, and are trying to prioritize across endless lists of vulnerabilities. Traditional approaches can no longer keep up with this digital velocity. It's time for a new approach. Gartner™ established the Continuous Threat Exposure Management (CTEM) framework to help organizations continually refine their security posture. The CTEM framework allows security teams to prioritize and validate issues in order to establish a consistent, actionable remediation plan. We’ve asked Gartner VP Analyst Pete Shoard to help us answer some pressing questions around the adoption of CTEM. Join this session to learn: Why we believe the CTEM framework is essential to control the threat landscape What are the five steps of the CTEM program How you can operationalize CTEM in your organization
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