Dan Bezilla, Secure Elements’ chief technology officer, will explore how enterprise vulnerability management supports the mission of the federal cyber security incident response functions.
HERNDON, VA (PRWEB via PR Web
Direct) April 1, 2005 – Secure Elements, Inc. invites conference attendees
and media to a presentation by the Secure Elements chief technology officer at
the GFIRST National Conference in Orlando, Fla., on April 7th, 2005.
Dan Bezilla will explore how enterprise vulnerability management supports the mission of the federal cyber security incident response functions.
Daniel Bezilla, Chief Technology Officer, Secure Elements, www.secure-elements.com
Thursday, April 7, 2005, 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m., EST
2005 GFIRST National Conference, Rosen Centre Hotel, 9840 International Drive, Orlando, Fla.
Enterprise Vulnerability Management: Beyond Patch Management.
Patch management has never been a completely effective – or efficient – solution for IT security personnel. Each time a new patch is announced, managers must race to install and test the patch, usually in a race against hackers hoping to exploit the vulnerability. In addition, patch deployment usually disrupts network and application activity for hours and sometimes days.
Daniel B. Bezilla, co-founder and CTO of Secure Elements, is an information warfare expert and his past experience includes testing sensitive federal government computer systems. In this engaging address, he will discuss alternatives to traditional patch management and how CLASS 5 Enterprise Vulnerability Management software improves overall network security and eases the burden of manually updating patches through integration and automation.
Members of the media may contact Elizabeth Maybach at 703-287-7821 or e-mail protected from spam bots to obtain more information or schedule interviews with expert sources from Secure Elements.
About Secure Elements:
Secure Elements is an enterprise vulnerability management leader, automating security remediation strategies and tactics across the entire enterprise, reducing business risk and IT management costs while improving systems performance and maintaining business continuity. Protecting mission critical and network infrastructure assets from both known and unknown attacks without limiting operational performance, the company rapidly identifies and intelligently responds to complex and diverse security incidents. Using real-time threat intelligence data and analysis, Secure Elements provides administrators with optimal security control across the enterprise. For more information, please visit www.secure-elements.com
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