The Evolution Of Vulnerability Management – Enterprise Security Weekly #126
February 14, 2019
Where do we stand today in the following 3 areas when it comes to vulnerability management:
1. Applications - DevOps, containers and applications in general (desktop and SaaS) - What are the new challenges and how do we solve them? 2. Infrastructure - We still have infrastructure, operating systems, IoT, network infrastructure, etc...How do we best make this happen and make sense of the results? 3. Mobile - How do we cover iOS, Android, Chrome OS? Do we even care?
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During its recent Illuminate virtual conference, Sumo Logic unveiled a suite of tools that provide enterprises with enhanced observability and real-time analytics to measure the performance of their critical infrastructure and applications, according to InfoWorld. The new DevSecOps-oriented tools are part of the company's Continuous Intelligence platform.