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Effective Patch Management for Business Security
Learn why patch management is an important security practice for your business and the patch management best practices
Patch management has become a crucial function when it comes to an organization’s network. An effective patch management system allows for the downloading of all relevant patches and for these patches to be prioritized in advance of execution. A patch management system can also intelligently predict any potential problems that might occur.
In this guide to enterprise patch management best practices, you’ll learn:
- What is Patch Management and Why It’s Important
- Using Patch Management to Battle Cyber Attacks
- Why You Need a Patch Management Solution and Best Practices
- Legal and Ethical Obligations
Patch management helps your business cover up vulnerabilities in your software and develops a process of distributing and applying updates and patches to your software.
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