Traditional vulnerability management approaches don’t meet the needs of a rapidly changing cloud environment and constantly churning infrastructure. Learn how Ancestry discovered that patch management no longer worked, and found success by integrating vulnerability mitigation into the company’s development and operational processes. See also how they have significantly reduced vulnerability risk through the use of Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), evolved Infosec processes, and have successfully reduced the friction between Security Operations and development teams. Through technology and process evolution that align with business goals, Ancestry has created a sustainable and efficient approach to mitigate vulnerability risk.
Enterprises are committed to adopting and operationalizing cloud infrastructure and cloud-native compute technologies like containers and serverless platforms as part of their digital transformation efforts. Yet, digital transformation also brings with it an increased attack surface. What’s more, the sheer speed and scale of the underlying DevOps pipeline requires a proactive, continuous and automated approach to security. To address these challenges, Qualys is introducing new capabilities to increase inventory visibility and enable complete security assessments of cloud infrastructure and application workloads across the DevOps pipeline.