BMC Introduces BladeLogic Threat Director
April 12, 2016

BMC announced its BladeLogic Threat Director solution to enable IT operations and security teams to move from a fractured defensive security approach to a coordinated offensive attack.

BMC's BladeLogic Threat Director helps the Security and Operations teams become more agile and quickly move to a proactive security position for both cloud and on-premises systems. Security teams use the Security Dashboard to gain a view into operational plans and SLAs giving them the ability to assess the current security readiness of their organization. BladeLogic Threat Director provides the Operations team with prescriptive and actionable data to address vulnerabilities based on perceived impact and policy, and it uses precise threat analytics to enable the relentless and expedient remediation of risks and reduction of the attack surface.

"As digital services become a competitive force for companies, the number of new services and version updates multiplies exponentially as do the odds of a breach. Now more than ever, it is imperative that companies keep hackers out of their systems," said Bill Berutti, President of the Cloud, Data Center and Performance Businesses at BMC. "BMC's BladeLogic Threat Director enables the security and operations teams to be vigilant in patching known vulnerabilities while also ensuring the customer's digital experience is not disrupted."

BMC's BladeLogic Threat Director solution works in combination with BMC's BladeLogic Server Automation solution to help IT automatically link vulnerabilities to identified patches and create a defensive vulnerability attack plan.

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