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The Future of Active Host Vulnerability Monitoring


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Sponsored by LACEWORK

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
11 am EDT

In the era of the cloud generation, the constant activity around workloads and containers create more vulnerabilities than an organization can keep with. Today's teams play whack-a-mole trying to patch vulnerabilities at scale that either don't matter or can hold up your company's next big release... But it doesn't have to be this way.

At Lacework, we have a different perspective—aimed at dealing with ephemeral hosts, we enable a unique consolidation of data so you can self-serve vulnerability prevention at scale, and quickly fix the vulnerabilities that actually pose a risk. Join us as we detail how to streamline host and container vulnerability workflows for your software teams building in AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, and Kubernetes.

We'll be covering how to:

  • Utilize pre-flight checks to fix vulnerabilities before host/container deployment
  • Get live visibility to active packages and associated vulnerabilities
  • Know definitively if a patch has been applied
  • Connect run-time risk sources to build-time insights for both containers and hosts
Abner Germanow
VP Product Marketing - Lacework
VP Product Marketing - LaceworkVP Product Marketing - LaceworkVP Product Marketing - Lacework

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