In a world reliant on software and hardware, vulnerabilities often form the first part of an attack chain leading to infrastructure disruption, data theft, and more.
In a fast-paced threat landscape, identifying and managing vulnerabilities is a complex and time-consuming task for even the most well-resourced organisation – this is where Vulnerability Management comes into play.
The Sapphire Vulnerability Management Managed Service views the potentially vulnerable environment, from IT and cloud to containers. Working in close partnership with customers, this dynamic picture to detect vulnerabilities allows for the rapid identification, investigation, and remediation of vulnerabilities.
Sapphire delivers a fully managed vulnerability management service, with customised customer-specific reports and dashboards. In addition to this, we offer expert reviews of findings. Our service offering includes:
In addition to this, our managed service delivers a quarterly review of all platform components: patches, incremental updates and version upgrades and a quarterly systems health check.
Pinpoint the identity of each resource in your environment, including dynamic IT assets like laptops, virtual machines and cloud instances using an extensive set of attributes to accurately track changes to assets, regardless of how they roam or how long they last.
Streamlined User Interface
A modern interface with pre-defined templates and configuration audit checks that follow best practice frameworks, such as CIS and DISA STIG, together with experienced security consultants, help protect your organisation and maximise your return on investment.
Pre-built integrations with complementary systems to streamline your vulnerability management program quickly and easily.
Dynamic scanning, agents, and cloud connectors combined with coverage of more than 62,000 vulnerabilities provide a holistic view of the exposure of an entire estate. Sapphire’s vulnerability management service provides continuous monitoring for more comprehensive coverage of potential threats.
Threat data is combined with easy-to-understand risk scores to allow prioritisation and a high cadence of operations. Also, monthly and quarterly reports will give you a high-level overview of strategic purposes and board reporting.
Analyse the threat with detailed reporting and console access. Consult with Sapphire’s security team, who can assist with the remediation process of threats and re-testing vulnerability exploits.
Vulnerability management involves identifying, evaluating, remediating, and re-testing security vulnerabilities. Integral to the security strategy and executed as part of a layered security posture, it allows organisations to identify and minimise risk.
Hardware and software vulnerabilities are one of the key concerns for organisations. With more and more code deployed in the enterprise environment, problems with insecure or poorly written software have been responsible for some of the most high-profile breaches.
Vulnerability management is generally an ongoing process managed by people, process and technology, whereas a vulnerability assessment, or one-off scan, is a ‘point in time’ analysis.
Vulnerability management tools scan the attack surface and identify vulnerabilities to mitigate risk. Sapphire provides a cloud-based platform that helps with vulnerability detection and alerting. The platform monitors your networks, applications and critical systems and alerts you on any vulnerabilities that could compromise business operations.
Vulnerability management involves identifying and reporting vulnerabilities in a network. Patch management is where software vulnerabilities are remediated by updating or patching the exploitable code.
In most organisations, the attack surface is open to numerous vulnerabilities. Any externally visible connected asset can be compromised by an attacker, given enough time, focus and resources. Tracking and identifying this across any enterprise is a complex and continual process.
Vulnerability scanners are automated tools that allow organisations to check if their systems or networks have security issues that attackers can exploit. Scanners may be deployed internally or externally, giving public and private vulnerabilities visibility.
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