Manage knowledge in information security/cybersecurity, risk management, end point and server technologies, network management/architecture, intrusion detection and prevention systems, vulnerability management, Patch Management systems, and data center operations and management.

More Uses of the Patch Management Toolkit:

  • Perform internal and external vulnerability scans, monitor Patch Management, and review inventory of devices and ensure hardening guidelines are in compliance.
  • Confirm your project develops, implements and maintains IT (Information Technology) policies and procedures as it relates to your organization.
  • Direct: partner with learning and development to develop meaningful training content to be used in self learning modules (knowledge spot).
  • Manage: interface with development, functional and operations/architecture teams for project requirements and scope related to patch/upgraded related projects.
  • Head: review and approve standards and requirements for maintenance of all aspects related to server administration (Patch Management, server builds, availability, performance, compliance, audits).
  • Warrant that your enterprise leads an active member of the team and work towards common goals; builds positive relationships in the workplace and participates in learning and social functions.
  • Perform capacity management and modeling for servers and storage for short term service availability and long term budget planning.
  • Perform secure baseline image creation and tailoring of Windows operating system images for specific hardware configurations from a common core baseline.
  • Be accountable for performing Patch Management for operating systems and applications across server, network, storage and desktop environments.
  • Establish that your planning complies; conducts conversion analysis, system modification and conversion integrity activities during software and hardware installations and upgrades.
  • Ensure your organization oversees team of architects, engineers and operators/technicians in Cloud, Server, Desktop and Network/Telecommunications.
  • Confirm your operation assess potential security threats, audit and implement security strategies and policies to ensure network, server, endpoint, and digital assets are secure.
  • Audit: data network design and management, firewall and IPS design and management, Patch Management, web server design and implementation.
  • Evaluate: partner with business and technical stakeholders on improvements and innovations to patching efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Assure your strategy establishes, maintain and monitors system stability, availability, security, anti virus protection and performance of network resource usage to established service levels.
  • Systematize: proactively identify areas in which efficiency can be improved, automation implemented, and costs reduced where there is it involvement; review and recommend software, systems and policies, and/or develop solutions to address.
  • Assure your business identifies opportunities for improvement and originates action to improve existing conditions and processes; uses appropriate methods and systems thinking to implement solutions and measure impact.
  • Ensure enterprise is leveraging fault tolerance, redundancy, disaster recovery, scalability, performance, and cost efficiency best practices where necessary.
  • Ensure you contribute; lead with expertise in SCCM administration, deployment, packaging, network inventory, boundaries, installer and network designing.
  • Evaluate: industry standard backup systems, virtual server management systems, network concepts, programming, and hardware, Patch Management, email security/filtering, proxy, and web security/filtering.
  • Perform regular day to day Systems Administration activities as User Administrations, Disk Management, Package Install, Patch Management, Storage Management, NFS Administration and disaster recovery/fail over.
  • Manage daily server operations permissions management, IT Security and compliance, file sharing, configuration management, security Patch Management methodologies, etc.
  • Ensure products are up to date, patched with the most current releases, tested and operating properly in accordance with your organizational Patch Management process.
  • Provide regular reporting on Patch Management program, risk posture, and overall operational status of patch compliance.
  • Identify, analyze, fix, and determine root cause, follow up and coordinate changes to resolve complex problems involving hardware, software, networking and applications.
  • Make sure that your venture communicates Patch Management processes and procedures, working practices, and changes to internal teams and business lines.
  • Ensure primary owner of your organizations Patch Management process with the goal of maintaining compliance with established your organizations patching policy.
  • Establish that your organization complies; conducts routine hardware and software audits of servers for compliance with established standards, policies, configuration guidelines, version requirements and procedures.
  • Ensure you formulate; lead the prioritization effort through DisPatch Management and coordination with other functional departments (primarily Customer Service and Manufacturing).
  • Manage: effectively communicate with department management and staff regarding the status of ongoing security incidents and overall information security risk.

 

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