Toss the coin: Malware attacks or patching – Who is taking the lead?

  • Team Omega
  • September 25, 2012

Timely patching is a big deal especially in preventing malware attacks to the extent possible.  When organizations are lagging in deployment of new patches to multiple locations, it poses a huge threat to businesses meaning they are constantly behind in compliance. And clearly, statistics show that malware has the lead.  Patching is complex and time-consuming but businesses cannot afford to fall behind.

It is important to know how to keep up with, 

  1. The constant release of patches
  2. Manage patch updates across all PCs, servers, and PC based point-of-sale machines with reboot controls. This capability is essential especially in a retail environment.
  3. Identify, schedule, and distribute patches, software updates, anti-malware, and custom applications.
  4. Rollback patches in the event of a problem with a specific set of patches.
  5. Log all patches with patch history – fully compliant with PCI.

There is one effective solution in the market that does all of the above without breaking your budget.  If you are interested in learning more call 636-557-7777.  We’ll answer your questions and show you how effectively companies of all sizes are using the solution today, allowing their executives to sleep peacefully at nights.