Security visibility is an issue that has become increasingly important to organizations in today’s IT environment. In this special TEC 17 episode, we are sharing the audio version of our latest TEC37 video panel episode from World Wide Technology (WWT). Bob Olwig, WWT Vice President, hosts a dynamic discussion with WWT Security practice experts Chris Konrad and Rudy Kasprzyk, along with two of WWT's Security practice partners, Dylan Deanda from Tanium and Kevin Kriebel from Expanse. The panel discusses why Security Visibility is important and how organizations need to know what's on their network. Some of the topics they cover are asset discovery, the broadening of attack services, patch management and how WWT, Tanium and Expanse work together to help their customers.
Ameren is a major power company that services St. Louis, Missouri and regions of southern Missouri and neighboring Illinois. They were looking to have their machines run more efficiently and to reduce costs. Working with World Wide Technology (WWT), Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) was seen as the best solution to achieve these goals. In this TEC17 episode, Lorne Poindexter from Ameren and Chandler Heath from WWT define CBM, why CBM is important to manufacturers as a whole, Ameren’s evolution from Time Based Maintenance (TBM) to CBM, how WWT has helped Ameren in this transition from TBM to CBM and the benefits of CBM moving forward.