Topic: Vulnerability management, clarifying how to prioritise vulnerabilities
What are the top vulnerabilities found in the enterprise? Too many “critical” vulnerabilities to triage? You’re not alone. Our research shows that enterprises must triage more than 100 critical vulnerabilities a day. So, how do you know where to focus?
- To start, we will show you how cyber defenders are actually acting
- See why ‘Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) is an inadequate prioritisation metric – and why you must prioritise vulnerabilities based on actual risk
- Discover vulnerability trends in the ever-expanding attack surface
- Learn whether your organisation has one of the most common vulnerabilities (some are more than a decade old!)
- We will take you through an analysis of vulnerability prevalence in the wild, highlighting the cyber threats that security practitioners are dealing with in practice – not just in theory.
Speaker: Bede Hackney, Tenable
Bede Hackney has over 25 years of experience in the IT and security industries, working with high growth companies and large multinationals, focusing on software and hardware solutions for networking, security, storage, server virtualisation, desktop and mobility across public, private and hybrid cloud. In 2017, Bede joined Tenable to bring his extensive expertise to help expand the Cyber Exposure company’s presence in the enterprise security market across Australia and New Zealand.
Prior to joining Tenable, Bede held roles as Managing Director for Nimble Storage in ANZ and Director of Product Sales at VMware. Bede also worked in several strategic management roles for multinational software company, Citrix and served as the ANZ Country Manager for Packeteer. In addition to Bede’s cross-technology leadership experience, he comes from a strong technical background - focused mainly in the networking arena where he holds a CCIE and was awarded a US patent for management of network quality of service.
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