Vulnerability Management Lifecycle (VML) is the lifecycle of the security process that allows organizations to monitor, detect, and resolve vulnerabilities.
VML is an essential tool in any defense and IT organization that is dedicated to securing systems.
Vulnerability management has been in high demand in the security industry for years, and it’s the cornerstone of most IT departments and security-related business models.
VMs and virtualization technologies such as VMware and ESXi are now used to help protect critical systems and networks.
However, security-oriented organizations have been increasingly migrating to VML in the last couple of years.
These days, security teams often need to perform a security-driven migration, which is not an easy task.
To help IT teams better understand the transition to VSL, we created a short video series on security migration that covers the security lifecycle.
The series also includes a brief look at the security team’s roles in the transition.
In this episode, we’ll take a look at what security migration looks like and why it’s important.
Vulnerability Management VML helps organizations manage and respond to Vulnerables in a way that works for them and their organization.
For example, the lifecycles of VMs, virtualization, and storage are all key to the security of organizations.
But how do we manage these lifecies?
Is VML really just an accounting of how to create and deploy a security strategy?
What is the impact of a security posture change on the lifecoge?
Learn how to answer these questions and more in the video below.