Upcoming webinar: Using authenticated scanning with QualysGuard to uncover hidden security vulnerabilities
This year, there’s been a record number of enterprise data breaches making mainstream media headlines. It’s essential that organizations ranging from small and medium sized businesses to the enterprise secure their most sensitive data. We invite you to join our webinar next week to take a look at the security benefits of performing authenticated vulnerability scanning on your networks using the seamless integration of Thycotic Secret Server with QualysGuard.
If you already use Secret Server and/or QualysGuard separately but would like to combine them, or if you’re considering using one or the other in your environment, be sure to tune in for more info. We’ll have a live Q&A demonstration of how the two tools can not only immediately increase your company’s security posture by detecting deeper vulnerabilities, but also improve regulatory compliance procedures to ensure network protection against future breaches.
Qualys, Inc. is a pioneer and leading provider of cloud security and compliance solutions with over 6,700 customers worldwide. The QualysGuard cloud platform provides tools for organizations to identify their IT assets; it scans and analyzes large amounts of IT security data to ﬁnd vulnerabilities, and then ﬁxes them. The QualysGuard suite also delivers a full set of tools for addressing PCI compliance mandates, malware detection, and Zero-Day risk analyses.
Combining authenticated vulnerability scanning with strong privileged password management helps IT dive deep to uncover potentially threatening network weaknesses without having to store sensitive, privileged credentials in the cloud.
The webinar will be held Thursday, June 12th, 2014 at 1pm ET. Find more information and register HERE.
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