These Cybersecurity All-Stars Explain How to Avoid Implementation Pitfalls
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Whatever you do, don’t let people alligator-arm your implementation.
Cybersecurity professionals know too well the tendency to alligator-arm a project: Everyone agrees a roll-out is important, but when it’s time to take ownership or participate meaningfully, the room empties quickly. Suddenly, very few stakeholders are willing to grab the project and run with it.
Hence those tiny, useless alligator arms.
But there are proven ways to combat this very real, very common problem. And in a recent webinar from Kenna Security (now part of Cisco), three cybersecurity professionals share their field-tested know-how after having spent years in the trenches. (All three of these implementation experts also happen to be women, which isn’t something you see every day in the security space, but they’re working to change that.)
Available to view on demand, 8 Biggest VM Implementation Pitfalls (and How to Avoid Them) focuses on the proven best practices to ensure successful implementations of cybersecurity solutions. And even though their guidance focuses on risk-based vulnerability management solutions, it applies to virtually any type of security solution.