Enhancing Vulnerability Management With ‘Zero Trust’Tenable’s Kartik Shahani on Implementing a Risk-Based Approach
Aligning a vulnerability management program with a "zero trust" approach helps strengthen cybersecurity, says Kartik Shahani, country manager-India, Tenable.
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Organizations also need to ensure their risk-based vulnerability management program addresses corporate priorities, including compliance, revenue growth and risk control, Shahani says.
In an interview with Information Security Media Group, he discusses:
- Building a vulnerability management program for the remote workforce;
- Why Microsoft’s Active Directory is a target for ransomware attacks;
- Aligning ''zero trust'' with a vulnerability management program.
Shahani, the managing director for India and SAARC at Tenable, has over 30 years of experience in the IT industry. He spearheads initiatives for Tenable in the enterprise security market and manages operations. Shahani previously worked in RSA Security, a division of Dell EMC, where he was director for the channel in the Asia-Pacific region and Japan. Before that, he was the executive director of integrated security for India and South Asia at IBM.