Cambridge Technology and JetPatch have entered into a global partnership, to launch Patch Management as a Service (PMaaS). It combines Cambridge Technology’s business & technology services expertise and JetPatch’s Intelligent vulnerability remediation and patch automation platform.
According to Cambridge Technology, data has shown that 60% of breaches in 2019 involved unpatched vulnerabilities. Organizations should therefore be prepared to ensure their heterogeneous infrastructure is securely configured and patched thereby eliminating any unforeseen cyber events.
“Patch management is the most underappreciated aspect of the remediation lifecycle,” said Chris Kissel, Research Director, Worldwide Security & Trust Products at IDC. “Reducing time to remediation minimizes cyber risk and helps enterprises achieve compliance across their IT environments. JetPatch offers an intelligent and automated approach to vulnerability remediation that is not evident in our industry.”
Physical and Virtual Servers
“We are extremely delighted to partner with JetPatch and launch Patch Management as a Service. With this new service, we aim to offer CISOs/CIOs a service offering which ensures system compliance and secured infrastructure at all times,” said Nitin Tyagi, Senior Vice President Enterprise Solutions, Cambridge Technology. “Patch Management as a Service can be considered as a game-changer, enabling comprehensive patch management for operating systems and third-party applications on physical and virtual servers.”
“We are thrilled that Cambridge Technology chose JetPatch platform as its underlying technology to deliver Patch Management as a Service,” said Shai Toren, CEO of JetPatch. “We aim to transform vulnerability remediation with our innovative patch prediction and smart automation to help customers minimize time to remediation, reduce cyber risk, and save costs. Partnering with Cambridge Technology will bring the benefits of the JetPatch technology to many new customers ensuring the highest possible security, compliance, and service levels.”