Live Webinar

How to Transform Patch Management without Rip and Replace

July 18, 2023 | 1:00 pm ET
Hosted by Nuspire and Qualys

Learn how to simplify patch management with a webinar from Nuspire and Qualys

Every organization is facing rising vulnerabilities and cyber threats, which is why patching is a critical process for any security team. However, the patching process can be cumbersome and tedious, requiring constant monitoring and manual work. These days, few have the capacity to do it on their own, and they don’t want to have to overhaul their current solution(s).  

Luckily, there are ways to simplify patch management and save a lot of time – without the need for rip and replace.  

In this webinar, Eran Livne (Senior Director of Product Management for Endpoint Remediation at Qualys) and Jeremy Herzog (Director of Security Design and Integration at Nuspire), will offer their insights into optimizing your patching process so that it keeps up with the rapid pace of change in the threat landscape. They’ll cover:  

  • The risks of a manual patching process  
  • Real-world patch management examples Nuspire and Qualys have encountered  
  • How to identify the areas that will have the biggest impact on improving your patch management program 
  • Best practices for a systematic approach to patching  
  • Efficiencies gained by automation  
  • And more!  

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Featuring

Jeremy Herzog, Director of Security Design and Integration at Nuspire
Eran Livne, Senior Director of Product Management for Endpoint Remediation at Qualys
Jeremy Herzog, Nuspire
Jeremy Herzog
Director of Security Design and Integration at Nuspire
Eran Livne - Qualys
Eran Livne
Senior Director of Product Management for Endpoint Remediation at Qualys

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Jeremy Herzog, Nuspire
Jeremy Herzog
Director of Security Design and Integration at Nuspire
Eran Livne - Qualys
Eran Livne
Senior Director of Product Management for Endpoint Remediation at Qualys