Major New Product Release Coming at the End of January
NopSec, a leading innovator in risk prioritization and remediation orchestration, is announcing a major update to its flagship product, Unified VRM.
Unified VRM has been architected to meet the modern vulnerability management needs of the enterprise. The focus of this release is to handle datasets from the largest of enterprises, with a user experience that makes understanding overall risk, managing vulnerabilities and remediation simple and straightforward.
“Vulnerability data is only as useful as an organization’s ability to act on it. But at a large enterprise with many diverse data sources, the problem is more than just ‘vulnerability fatigue’,” said Scott Crawford, Research Director, Information Security with 451 Research. “Truly useful data must be identified and acted upon both quickly and at scale, without trading cost for effectiveness. Approaches such as NopSec’s combine analytics with expertise to make the most of both, providing an application of context at scale.”
Unified VRM enables visibility across all vulnerabilities and assets – risk decisions are easier when all the data is in one place. Data can be imported from a variety of third party scanning products and asset management tools.
Sometimes, it’s not enough to simply know which vulnerabilities are most critical. Often, it is necessary to understand why one particular vulnerability is deemed more important than another. Unified VRM exposes relevant factors used by the machine learning models, enabling customers to understand the rationale behind the score.
Speed and Efficiency
Key to reducing risk is increasing the speed and efficiency of vulnerability analysis. With Unified VRM, customers get to the answers faster. A unified search bar enables fast text search and filtering based on nearly every data type. NopSec’s integrations with popular ticketing systems and patch management tools automate hours of mundane weekly tasks. Remediation processes that typically take days or weeks now take hours.