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Wednesday, March 15 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Streamlined Vulnerability Management @ ODU Using Rapid7 Nexpose

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Prior to Summer 2016 ODU's vulnerability management for servers and network equipment was based on a manual process which lacked any automation and thus (1) required a significant investment of engineering hours and (2) did not meet the Information Technology Departments’ goals in terms of speed and effectiveness of the vulnerability remediation process. In Summer 2016 ODU went through a thorough analysis of current Vulnerability Management Solutions to select Rapid7’s Nexpose as a platform to expand upon and meet the University’s needs for network device vulnerability assessment and management. In the end of Summer 2016, we designed a new streamlined process for assessing, prioritizing, and remediating security vulnerabilities while thoroughly recording every step of the way. We significantly reduced the time and efforts required to complete our regular analysis, while also improved the efficacy and significantly improved the security posture of ITS servers and network devices.

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Mark DeDomenic

Old Dominion University
Mark is one of the Assistant Information Security Officers at Old Dominion University, serving as the lead for the security operations team. He has a B.S. in Computer Science and has been involved with information security at ODU since 2012. Mark currently holds certifications from... Read More →
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Tihomir Hristov

Director, Infrastructure Services, Old Dominion University
With a background in server, storage and heavy network administration, Tihomir Hristov is the lead for Networking at Old Dominion University Information Technology Services. He has spent the past year leading the Public Cloud Acceleration and DevOps/Infrastructure as Code initiatives... Read More →



Wednesday March 15, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am
Holley V/VI
  • Session Sponsored by: Old Dominion University

Attendees (14)