Patch management refers to the practice of allocating and implementing updates on various software. The main aim of the patches is to eliminate errors also known as bugs or vulnerabilities or present in the software.
The importance of patch management includes aspects like fixing bugs to eliminate potential threats like cyber-attacks, hackers, etc. Moreover, patch management also provides a better system uptime along with compliant standards and additional feature improvements that ensure fixes and timely functional updates. Besides, patch management allows softwares or applications to perform better by maintaining good system uptime.
The client is one of the major private sector banks in India
Not able to patch the critical servers in time, as currently, they follow a manual process that consumes a lot of time.
Not able to roll back the patch in case of application miss behavior after applying the patch
Non Compliance in the Information Security Audit Report
We Implemented GFI LanGuard to automate the patching of both Windows & Linux servers
Implemented GFI Event Manager capture the security events & report them in the dashboard
Customer mitigated the risk by patching both critical security & non-security patches in time before a breach could occur
Single Console for managing multi-platform patches