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KACE End Point Security Update
KACE End Point Security Update
KACE End Point Security Update
KACE End Point Security Update
KACE End Point Security Update
KACE End Point Security Update
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KACE End Point Security Update
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KACE End Point Security Update

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Overview of KACE End Point Security Update

Overview of KACE End Point Security Update

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  • KACE is enabling organizations to maximize their security footprint by broadening the KBOX patch support to alloworganizations to better manage the increasingly large volumes & variety of patches.KACE isadding Win 7 and Mac OS X 10.6 patching plus supported client application patching to the KBOX. Some examples of the most commonly vulnerable applications are listed on the right here.And KACE is doing this via an appliance that is easy-to-implement and use without need for dedicated security administratorsAs Gartner point out, by doing patching with comprehensive coverage, PC downtime can be improved by up to 80%
  • Why is this important? Well Attacks are increasing in number and exploiting the vulnerabilities more quickly patchesare being released in unprecedented numbers and tend to be timed around Microsoft’s Patch TuesdayIn a recent survey the SANS Institute reports Organizations are taking at least twice as long to patch client-side vulnerabilities v. operating system vulnerabilities. So the highest priority risk is getting less attention
  • The KACE advantage stems from the (blue text) – And to maximize the number of customers getting access to the patching capabailities, the functionality is included in the base systems management product
  • So in summary KACE is enabling organizations to maximize their security footprint by broadening the KBOX patch support to alloworganizations to better manage the increasingly large volumes & variety of patches.KACE is adding Win 7 and Mac OS X 10.6 patching plus supported client application patching to the KBOX. And KACE is doing this via an appliance that is easy-to-implement and use without need for dedicated security administrators
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    • 1. Eliminating Patch Tuesday Wipeouts:KBOX End Point Security SolutionDecember 8, 2009<br />
    • 2. The KACE Appliance Family<br />2<br />
    • 3. What We’re Announcing<br />KBOX allows organizations to better manage increasingly large volumes & variety of patches<br />KACE is delivering new and broader coverage to include support for both the newest operating systems and applications<br />KACE is delivering this via an easy-to-implement appliance without need for dedicated security administrators<br />Enterprises that can deploy to 80% of their PC’s within 96 hours of a vulnerability announcement will experience an 80%reduction in PC downtime” -Gartner<br />3<br />
    • 4. Problem: Increasing Waves of Patches<br />Vulnerability exploits increasing<br />Vendors are increasing volumes & frequency of patches<br />Zero day vulnerabilities are appearing more frequently<br />Application vulnerabilities are exceeding OS vulnerabilities<br />Organizations are taking at least twice as long to patch client-side vulnerabilities v. operating system vulnerabilities. <br />The highest priority risk is getting less attention<br />4<br />
    • 5. Solution: KBOX Patch Management<br />5<br />
    • 6. New Extended End Point Coverage<br />New Support: <br />OS: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Mac 10.6<br />Application: MS, Apple, Mozilla, etc. across all new OSs<br />Languages: Japanese, Simplified Chinese for Windows<br />Continued leadership with world’s largest pre-tested repository of secure content enables customers to stay ahead of threats across their Organization<br />Provides complete protection against all known vulnerabilities<br />Protects heterogeneous environments with one solution<br />6<br />
    • 7. KACE<br />Patch Validation<br />OnlyReliablewith Rapid Delivery<br />Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 enhanced content delivery deploys critical security patches within hours of release to protect against zero day threats<br />Added descriptive information allows fast patch policy decisions<br />Automated deployment of Mac 10.6 patches removes time consuming manual updates<br />7<br />
    • 8. Automated Delivery Ensures Maximum Coverage<br />Easy Identification, prioritization and tracking of the huge number of patches released every month via Dynamic Patch Policies including Win 7, Server 2008 R2 and Mac 10.6<br />This Patch Tuesday: Group critical IE patches for Win 7 machines and automate deployment in advance<br />Automatically identify & patch systems that fall out of compliance<br />“20% of All Systems Become <br />“Un-Patched” Over the Course of a Year” –IDC<br />8<br />
    • 9. The KACE Advantage <br />9<br />
    • 10. Summary<br />KBOX helps organizations better address the increasingly large volumes and expanding variety of patches<br />KACE is delivering new and broader coverage for the latest OS releases and supported applications<br />KACE is delivering this via an easy-to-implement appliance without need for dedicated security administrators<br />10<br />

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