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How to Bring Security Best Practices to Life in Your Organization

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In a world where cyber threats are a constant danger, companies find themselves in an ongoing battle to keep their data safe. A plethora of risks now exist as cyber-criminals continually seek new ways to breach our borders and get their hands on our vital information.

However, did you know that 99.9% of exploits are possible because organizations don't address basic security hygiene? The fact is that a lot of industries focus on the wrong things, often using security strategies that are fundamentally flawed and ultimately do not provide the right sort of protection they need.

There are, of course, a lot of best practices out there, but how do you bring those frameworks to life within your organization?

In this webinar, we will explore some of the main threats companies face and discuss the ways in which they can address the top five security controls with confidence to ensure a better overall security posture.

Find out how to:

  • Find unmanaged assets
  • Assess the amount of unauthorized software running in an environment
  • Secure endpoint configurations
  • Locate and address critical vulnerabilities
  • Control the use of administrative privileges.


Christian Arndt

Director at PwC

    Jennifer  Ellard

    Director, Product Marketing, Tanium

      Michael Hill

      Deputy Editor , Infosecurity Magazine

      Ken Robinson

      Director, Technical Account Management , Tanium

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