The Remediation Summit is now open for registration
We are excited to announce the first-ever Vulcan Cyber user conference coming on October 29th. The Remediation Summit is free, virtual, and will be made available on demand to all registrants so you can consume the content at your own pace and on your own schedule. It is now open for registration.
The Remediation Summit brings together the brightest minds in cyber security to get fix done through effective vulnerability management. Period. This isn’t just another vulnerability management conference that revisits old topics like vulnerability scanning or prioritization. While undoubtably these are critical first steps, Vulcan Cyber and our customers are focused on the end-to-end effort of continuous remediation and getting fix done.
We invite anybody and everybody to attend this free virtual summit and learn from industry-leading CISOs from Levi’s, Akamai, HBO Max, and Bank of America, and be the first to hear Vulcan Cyber executives announce two new groundbreaking vulnerability remediation orchestration products.
CIOs and IT operations professionals should also attend this summit to better understand what Vulcan Cyber is doing to make your jobs easier through collaboration, orchestration and automation of the remediation process. Learn how Vulcan Cyber delivers vulnerability remedies as a service, and how it ties into your existing patch management, configuration automation, and DevOps tools to truly help get fix done.
The agenda includes quick-hitting keynotes and info-packed breakout sessions led by Vulcan Cyber customers and product leaders. In fact, we plan to have each one of our breakout sessions delivered by a Vulcan Cyber customer and a Vulcan Cyber product manager so we can show how the Vulcan remediation orchestration platform is used in the real world to solve the biggest challenges in vulnerability management. All content will be focused on digital business security through impactful vulnerability remediation.
Register today and add The Remediation Summit to your calendar for October 29. Together we don’t just find vulnerabilities, we fix them.