In today's threat landscape, vulnerability assessment and software patching is more critical than ever. Find out how Cygilant's SOCVue® Unified Vulnerability and Patch Management service helps continually detect, prioritize and remediate vulnerabilities with an auditable patch process, while saving time and minimizing your operational costs. Learn how SOCVue 24x7 SOC team can help reduce your attack surface.
In this webcast recording, Cygilant Director of Security Research Neil Weitzel, and Ivanti Product Manager for Patch Todd Schell share how this unique integrated solution can help your organization address critical issues quickly:
- How important timely software patching is in today's environment.
- What impact vulnerability and patch management can have in reducing attack surface.
- How your organization can benefit from SOCVue VPM, which combines with Ivanti's industry-leading patch repository and 24x7 Global SOC analysts.
- How you can leverage integrated Vulnerability and Patch Management in a single pane of glass for rapid deployment of patches that remediate vulnerabilities.
About the Speakers:
Ivanti Product Manager - Patch, Todd Schell
Todd has been an active member of the security community for over 30 years. His security career began as an Air Force officer where he was a member of the Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team and actually wrote the original concept of operations. Deciding to take advantage of the growing security market in the late 1990s, he joined several colleagues as a founder of WheelGroup Corporation. They produced a network intrusion detection product called NetRanger which was purchased by Cisco Systems in 1998 and became Cisco Secure IDS. He left Cisco in 2003 to join another startup, CoreTrace, specializing in application control. Starting with CoreTrace, he’s been through a series of mergers and acquisitions as product manager for several security technologies. These include Lumension (device control), HEAT Software (patch and OEM technologies), and now Ivanti. Here at Ivanti, he’s excited to provide product management direction for Patch for Windows Servers, Patch for SCCM, and the patch engine technologies.
Cygilant Director of Security Research, Neil Weitzel
Neil has 10 years of professional technology experience with in-depth experience working in a variety of information technology roles from user support to advising security managers. His unique experience in systems administration and software development provides deep insight. In addition to being an expert application penetration tester, Neil is also an experienced trainer; he advises teams on congruent tasks without losing sight of details. Technology is a passion of Neil’s. Outside of work, he is an active member of the security community by delivering lectures at DEF CON, OWASP and Security Meetups, leading capture the flag teams in open competitions and developing software.