of IT leaders find critical updates believed to be deployed were not actually updated on all devices.
Tanium Resilience Gap Study
of organizations need at least one month to patch servers in their environment.
of organizations said they were breached as a result of an unpatched vulnerability.
are lost coordinating patches across teams for vulnerabilities.
The Problem with Patch Management Tools
Traditional patch management tools:
- Fail to deliver comprehensive patch and OS visibility or compliance across WFH environments.
- Require dozens or hundreds of staging servers, increasing overhead and points for failure.
- Threaten to crash the operating environment every time they are run at scale.
- Force admins to follow sub-optimal patching processes and accept lowered patch coverage.
Traditional patch management approaches require multiple tools to operate, place strain on the network, and leave organizations unable to apply all required patches in a timely manner – if at all.
When we got full visibility across our entire environment we discovered we had a significant problem with patch currency that wasn’t visible using our previous tools.