A single successful exploit is all it takes for the dominos to start falling.
Everyone knows we should patch. Actually doing this, however, is remarkably challenging. Especially considering that it must be done quickly, efficiently, and consistently across the entire enterprise, over time. Anyone who is even remotely involved with this critical, never-ending (and often thankless) task is keenly aware of these dynamics. But, even if you're one of the rare organizations who is exceptionally good at this, even at the top of the game, nation-states have arsenals of 0-days (and n-days) at their disposal they can choose to deploy at will.
We need more than a patching plan, even a really good one. What is your strategy for dealing with this salient, perpetual threat?
This webcast will discuss effective mitigations against advanced exploitation techniques used by sophisticated nation-states and their cyber weapons to target your client apps (e.g., MS Office, browsers) and Internet-facing services (e.g., Exchange, DNS, web services).
Without these mitigations, the vast majority of organizations are one exploit away from compromise. It doesn't have to be this way.