Five ways to simplify the vulnerability management lifecycle

This presentation by Scott Sidel, CISSP, Senior Security Manager, Computer Sciences Corporation, was given at Information Security Decisions Spring 2005.

Vulnerability management is all about triage.

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So how do you quickly and accurately quantify your exposure, communicate that exposure and deploy resources to remediate? (Hint: You can't do it alone.) A coalition of trusted stakeholders all working from the same set of decision criteria -- and with a unified process -- is the only way to effectively manage and mitigate today's threats in large organizations. Now you can find out the five most effective strategies for building vulnerability management frameworks in this comprehensive conference session presented by Scott Sidel, CISSP, Senior Security Manager, Computer Sciences Corporation.

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This was first published in May 2005

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