Security Automation and Threat Intelligence
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Sustainable vulnerability management: Case Study by KuppingerCole

Combined Session
Thursday, November 10, 2022 11:00—11:30
Location: Wilhelm von Humboldt

For any large company, regulated or not, it is essential to have a mechanism or process for detecting vulnerabilities. For this purpose, various scanners exist that can automatically scan the company's IT assets for known and new vulnerabilities. However, this is where the big challenge begins: most scanners tend to find a large number of vulnerabilities. This is important and good, but not every vulnerability is equally relevant for every company.

Typically, most organizations drown quickly with the number of vulnerabilities they have. Different specific scanners for compliance, containers, source code, operating systems and applications deliver a hardly manageable number of different potential problems per asset.

For vulnerability management to work, you need to build a sustainable vulnerability management, define intelligent processes and specify intelligent bundling and prioritization.

In this presentation, Christopher Schütze will show how this was achieved in a successful project.

Dr. Ing. Sibylle Hick
Dr. Ing. Sibylle Hick
Deutsche Börse
Starting 2022 she joined Deutsche Börse AG as the Head of Section Cyber Protection . 2011 Sibylle worked at German Bank as technical expert to design and develop a Data Leakage Protection...
Christopher Schütze
Christopher Schütze
Christopher Schütze has been working as Director Practice Cyber Security and Lead Analyst for KuppingerCole Analysts AG since 2019. Prior to that, he was Head of Cloud Security at an auditing...


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