How can I secure the devices in my company without degrading the UX?

By Deepak Kumar | Last updated: April 10, 2019

Vulnerability scans are fundamentally compute intensive; that’s just the nature of the beast, and they need to be done repeatedly, over and over again, because of the number of vulnerabilities that get reported every day and because the time to exploit has become so short. Traditional software approaches break down in these cases because software takes over the machine. Instead, we need a new generation of software that has the intelligence to detect unused computing resources and harvest them without impacting the end user and the business. Advanced peer-to-peer-based technology can detect and remediate vulnerabilities at scale in an enterprise with zero impact. It can protect the network during software delivery and will never stress endpoints while applying patches, configurations or remediations.

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Written by Deepak Kumar | Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Adaptiva

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Dr. Deepak Kumar is the founder and chief technology officer at Adaptiva.

He is responsible for strategic product direction and leads the development organization. He was the lead program manager with Microsoft’s Systems Management Server 2003 team and program manager with the Windows NT Networking team.

Prior to Microsoft, he was a group manager for IP Telephony products at Nortel.

Dr. Kumar has received five patents related to his work on SMS 2003 at Microsoft and has written more than 50 publications, including a book on Windows programming.

While at Microsoft, Dr. Kumar also authored the Think Week paper for Bill Gates that became Project Greenwich, now known as Microsoft Office Communications Server/Lync.

Deepak is an avid outdoorsman and hiker. For more information, please visit and follow the company on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.

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