How To Build A Great IT Defense

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Max Pruger, GM VulScan

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When it comes to IT security, the best IT Offense is a great IT Defense. No IT professional can stop a cyber attack. But everyone CAN easily take steps to harden their networks to prevent an attack from being successful. Most IT professionals understand that patching alone is not enough . . . and that regular internal and external vulnerability scanning is the best way to minimize the risk of a breach. The high cost of vulnerability scanning is usually the main reason why this vital prevention measure is no done as frequently -- or as widely -- as it should. But that's no longer true! In this briefing you'll be introduced to one of the most affordable professional-grade vulnerability scanning solution on the market. And, we'll show you how to set up an efficient vulnerability management system that you can incorporate into your current network management routines. VulScan is purpose-built to manage vulnerabilities across network environments of any size through a single web-based portal. It's quick to set up, completely automated, and it will send you alerts after each scan summarizing the known vulnerabilities discovered. You can then review the complete scan results through a web based portal that allows you to drill-in to each discovered issue, with information about each vulnerability and how to address it. Watch this presentation as a gut check to make sure that you're doing everything you can to protect the networks you manage.

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If you are responsible for your organization’s IT security, you need to perform regular vulnerability scans to reduce the risk of a successful cyberattack your network. Most IT professionals understand this, but many are prevented from doing so because of resource constraints. They either face budgetary limitations imposed by finance, or they simply lack the staff to perform all the work that comes along with the scanning process. Tune in and hear from GM for VulScan Max Pruger and find out how you can solve this issue and the strategies to protect your networks every day.