Part 4: Technical Capabilities Necessary for Effective Vulnerability Management
Originally aired: Wed, Dec. 19, 2018
Brinqa’s BrightTalk Channel
Pezhman Nikpour, Cybersecurity Solution Principal at Slalom Consulting and Syed Abdur, Director of Product Management at Brinqa recently spoke at an ISACA San Francisco chapter event laying out in detail various critical aspects to consider when designing a vulnerability management program.
In part 1 (now available as an On-Demand video), Pezhman made the case for why vulnerability management is a crucial security control that all organizations must embrace.
Part 2 (available On-Demand), picked up from where he left-off with Syed elaborating on how knowledge graphs are a vital solution to vulnerability management as we tackle challenging aspects that you and your team deal with daily.
In part 3 (available On-Demand), Pezhman presented a case study detailing vulnerability management at a Fortune 100 Utility company. You heard about how they went from handling about 65 tickets a month manually to more than 2 thousand in 6 months – with the power of Brinqa automation in their workflow.
Here in part 4, Syed will look at the nuances of risk modeling, data connectors, automation, remediation, and analytics. He discusses how they come together effectively and highlights the 10 rules of thumb for solution architects consider as they build vulnerability management programs.