The Best Free and Open Source Tools for Vulnerability Remediation

The number of newly disclosed vulnerabilities has been growing exponentially year after year for more than a decade. With so many new vulnerabilities to fix a notable number of free and open source tools have become available to help get fix done. This white paper breaks down the most-useful free and open source tools for security and IT operations teams to make the work of vulnerability management and remediation easier at scale.

Download this white paper and learn:

  • Which free and open source tools will help your entire team get fix done.
  • Which tools are best to replace expensive, proprietary vulnerability management solutions.
  • How to identify the right tools for vulnerability scanning, for remediation intelligence, and for automating patch and configuration management.

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A Business Case for Vulnerability Remediation Orchestration

From the moment you scan for vulnerabilities, the rest of the remediation effort becomes tedious and manual. The growing scale and complexity of these programs has resulted in unbearable inefficiencies. Companies now spend an average of nearly 500 hours a week on vulnerability management with no guarantee of a remediation outcome. This white paper provides the details, the math and examples to help you build a business case for vulnerability remediation orchestration. It is time to get fix done.

Here’s what you’ll learn from this white paper:

  • How to calculate the effectiveness and ROI of legacy vulnerability management programs.
  • Why vulnerability management isn’t enough, and is leaving your business exposed.
  • How to build an internal business case for vulnerability remediation orchestration.

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Choosing the right battery backup for network closets and IDF applications

Network closets and intermediate distribution frames (IDF) are critical parts of IT networks, but they're often scattered about. They seldom have dedicated IT personnel close by and are often neglected. A network closet can be a lonely place! And yet if there’s a power outage, an IDF or network closet being knocked out of commission can cause significant problems. They’re also vulnerable to both non-IT humans (e.g. the cleaning staff unplugging the UPS battery backup) and cybersecurity breaches.

Selecting the right UPS battery backup for your network closet or IDF can be a confusing process. This uninterruptible power supply (UPS) buying guide is designed to help you properly plan so you can make your IT network more resilient and reliable.

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Important considerations when buying and installing a UPS

All uninterruptible power supply (UPS) models are not created equal, nor are their installation requirements. Large, mid-range modular and smaller plug-and-play models may all have individual considerations. Requirements can also differ among UPS backup topologies and deployment methods. If you need more help understanding the differences between UPSs and determining the optimal model for your particular environment or application, read this whitepaper.

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Choosing the right battery backup for network closets and IDF applications

Network closets and intermediate distribution frames (IDF) are critical parts of IT networks, but they're often scattered about. They seldom have dedicated IT personnel close by and are often neglected. A network closet can be a lonely place! And yet if there’s a power outage, an IDF or network closet being knocked out of commission can cause significant problems. They’re also vulnerable to both non-IT humans (e.g. the cleaning staff unplugging the UPS battery backup) and cybersecurity breaches.

Selecting the right UPS battery backup for your network closet or IDF can be a confusing process. This uninterruptible power supply (UPS) buying guide is designed to help you properly plan so you can make your IT network more resilient and reliable.

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Important considerations when buying and installing a UPS

All uninterruptible power supply (UPS) models are not created equal, nor are their installation requirements. Large, mid-range modular and smaller plug-and-play models may all have individual considerations. Requirements can also differ among UPS backup topologies and deployment methods. If you need more help understanding the differences between UPSs and determining the optimal model for your particular environment or application, read this whitepaper.

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The Eaton UPS and Power Management Fundamentals Handbook

From plug and receptacle charts and facts about power problems to an overview of various UPS topologies and factors affecting battery life, you’ll find a wealth of pertinent resources designed to help you develop the optimum solution. This handbook is your one-stop source for essential information ... whether you need power protection for small, medium or large data centers; health care facilities; or other environments in which ensuring uptime and safeguarding data are critical.

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The Eaton UPS and Power Management Fundamentals Handbook

From plug and receptacle charts and facts about power problems to an overview of various UPS topologies and factors affecting battery life, you’ll find a wealth of pertinent resources designed to help you develop the optimum solution. This handbook is your one-stop source for essential information ... whether you need power protection for small, medium or large data centers; health care facilities; or other environments in which ensuring uptime and safeguarding data are critical.

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As the Workplace Evolves, How Will Printers and MFPs Stay Relevant?

As companies adapt to the challenges of work-from-home and mobile environments, printing trends are changing – from an increased investment in cloud services to a growing need for secure scanning and software solutions.

In addition to playing an essential role in daily business functions, including printing, scanning, and faxing, the print industry has had to adapt to the growing demand for mobile resources, cloud services and emerging technologies. With over a trillion pages being printed across the country every year, it’s essential that companies stay aware of printing trends that can impact their business.

But which printing trends will best benefit YOUR business?

Download the IDC Vendor Spotlight to learn:

  • How to determine which tools you really need
  • What evolving printing trends mean for businesses
  • Which printer and MFP options will keep you ahead of the curve
  • Advanced security, reliability, and productivity-enhancing features that are making an impact
  • How Brother can help you make the most of new technology
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Eliminate Friction in Design Collaboration

Traditional tools of the engineering trade don’t accommodate today’s need for cross-team collaboration. From using different mechanical computer-aided design (MCAD) applications to working on projects with stakeholders located all over the world, engineers have to overcome various obstacles to get the job done. Learn how technology can help streamline communications and collaboration, ultimately setting up your team for success.

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The How-To Guide for Changing CAD Tools

When competing in today’s global economy, investments in the design process can help companies quickly develop high-quality, innovative products more economically—helping them stand out from the competition. This white paper explores what is driving companies to change CAD tools and what successful companies are looking for when purchasing a new CAD tool.

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10 reasons to run SAP S/4HANA on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Choose an infrastructure platform that lets you optimize your SAP environment and operations while preparing you for the future. Through trusted technologies, investment protection, and flexible innovation, Red Hat can help you modernize your SAP systems and build a foundation for digital transformation.

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