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Vulnerability Management in the Cloud

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Andrew Wild, Chief Security Officer, Qualys
Vulnerability management is a key component of a strong information security program. And that's making sure that with everything you're doing – in the cloud, on the desktop, browsers and server environments – you can reduce the vulnerabilities so that no matter what threats are out there, they are less likely to be successful. While vulnerability management is well understood, virtualisation and cloud computing bring about sweeping changes to many areas including vulnerability management. This webcast will provide insight and solutions for effective vulnerability management in the cloud.

Andrew Wild has more than 20 years of experience leading teams to design, implement and operate secure networks and computer systems. As Qualys' Chief Security Officer, Andrew oversees the security, risk management and compliance of its enterprise and SaaS environments.

Prior to joining Qualys, he managed a team of information security engineers responsible for the design, implementation and operation of security solutions for EMC's SaaS offerings, with heavy emphasis on cloud and virtualisation technologies. Prior to EMC, he was the Chief Security Officer at Transaction Network Services. He has also held a variety of network engineering leadership roles with large network service providers including BT and Sprint. Andrew has a master's degree in electrical engineering from George Washington University and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the United States Military Academy. He is a veteran of the United States Army and served in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
Sep 6 2012
40 mins
Vulnerability Management in the Cloud

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