That software might be storage controller firmware, it may be running your network infrastructure, or it could be your critical enterprise applications. Those bugs might be security vulnerabilities, or the operational defects more commonly known as bugs. Finding those security vulnerabilities is no problem. These days CVEs are ubiquitous and readily available in a variety of security tools. But how do you find out about those operational defects before they cause problems in your technology stack? Well, if you want to implement an integrated platform that proactively creates tasks in your ITSM tool for the critical defects that may impact your enterprise.
The State of the CIO Report, released by CIO Online earlier this year, found that a desire for increased IT security is the No. 1 business need driving tech spending for the current year, followed closely by increasing operational efficiency and improving customer experience. "Tech leaders and analysts say these business priorities reflect the important balancing act that has been evolving within the CIO office: the need to constantly pursue operational excellence while delivering transformational tech services, with the former supporting the latter."
On a recent webinar "Why Software Security Is Not Different from Software Quality" hosted by Consortium for Information & Software Quality (CISQ), John Keane shows us why he is the "Software Angel of Death". He provides data showing that Software Security is a subset of Software Quality and that a more holistic view of Software Quality will actually prevent many Software Security issues. The industry's current laser-focus on cybersecurity may be ignoring other information security areas like the Availability leg of the CIA Triad.
BugZero improves your Information Security posture while maturing your organization. Our Data-as-a-Service helps identify IT Risk while improving operational efficiency.
One of the times our IT systems are most at risk is during change. So, how does BugZero help you mitigate risks during change? Every day businesses must address new risks based on newly available data and continuously drive the requisite changes, since "Change Management is Management".
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All businesses depend on software. All software has bugs. That software might be storage controller firmware, it may be running your network infrastructure, or it could be your critical enterprise applications. Those bugs might be security vulnerabilities, or the operational defects more commonly known as bugs.
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ITIC’s latest research shows the Hourly Cost of Downtime now exceeds $300k for 91% of mid-market, and large enterprises. Overall, 44% of mid-sized and large enterprise survey respondents reported that a single hour of downtime can cost their businesses over $1M.
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It all started in January of 2018. My team and I had just completed the build-out of our third datacenter in 12 months. We had just begun moving production workloads when a VMware NSX bug brought everything crashing down. For the next 22 hours we worked to restore operations.
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