Cyberattacks are rising. In 2017, federal agencies reported 35,277 cybersecurity incidents for their IT systems. In 2018 malicious cyber activity cost the U.S. economy between $57-109 billion dollars. Federal agencies need layers of protection in their data centers and clouds, especially as they adopt hybrid and multi-cloud models.
One of the main reasons systems are vulnerable is that they are either not patched or not patched quickly enough, due to lack of resources. Automating manual processes in the data center, particularly security patching, is a key factor that will allow federal agencies to meet compliance standards and keep data secure while freeing up resources for other critical tasks. An automated patching process eliminates errors by removing the human element, and strengthens overall security.
During this webcast, you will hear from experts on the best practices for improving federal security with automation. You will learn how to: