The Key to Successful Cybersecurity Projects: Asset Management - Asking the Right Questions

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Success with cybersecurity ultimately depends on posing the right questions, such as what does it mean to strengthen our security program, and which endpoints are missing a security agent? A well-configured and modern asset management solution can help you answer questions across multiple tools, initiatives, and departments, and also help you gain visibility into endpoints, networks, virtual machines, and users.

In this webinar, we will look at the options of using asset management to advance your efforts related to cloud security, endpoint defense, access management, incident response, security assessments and more.

Key takeaways:

  • How to enable better network visibility with asset management
  • What asset management functions relate to security operations
  • How asset management can better enable governance, risk and compliance strategies


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Elizabeth O'Sullivan

Incident Response at the New York Times

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Lenny Zeltser

CISO, Axonius

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