Company: LANDesk - Pangea Systems
| Category: Patch Management
| Published: February 2013
Patching is crucial for protecting your business against the latest vulnerabilities. However, accessing content from multiple sources is time-consuming. This white paper explores a solution to this problem. By gathering patches and security information onto one database, there becomes one point of access for all the information you need to protect against modern exploits.
Read to find out how your patches can be managed, even allowing autonomy to generate user-defined security definitions. This paper also considers how patch management can help to solve three major challenges associated with security fixes.
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