Patch Tuesday, the unofficial term for Microsoft's scheduled security fix release on every second tuesday of a month, has been a constant topic of discussion ever since its inception.
Sometimes also referred to as update tuesday, (Microsoft) Patch Tuesday has played an integral role in fixing vulnerabilities, and more importantly, keeping our Windows systems safe. When critical patches are pushed, it's upto system administrators to ensure that the new security patches don't cause issues with other enterprise products. However, this is in conflict with the need to get updates out as soon as possible to avoid zero-day exploits.
If you're unsure how Patch Tuesday affects you and your organization, then join us this month as we discuss it with our industry experts. We will be looking into Microsoft and third-party security patches, and the experts will also guide you on the best course of action for testing and prioritizing patches while planning for the future scope.