Oct. 29, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- RSA CONFERENCE
- RSA today unveiled a new software solution, RSA ® Vulnerability Risk Management (VRM)
- RSA VRM takes a Big Data approach to help security teams identify and prioritize high-risk threats
- As part of the RSA Archer ® GRC platform, RSA VRM helps connect vulnerability risk programs with overall IT GRC work streams to enable better visibility into the overall security risk of the organization
RSA, The Security Division of EMC (NYSE:EMC), today unveiled RSA
Vulnerability Risk Management (VRM), a new software solution designed to help organizations improve their overall security posture by analyzing massive amounts of vulnerability scan data and helping to identify and prioritize the highest-risk vulnerabilities. RSA VRM is engineered to leverage Big Data and advanced analytics to identify the most important vulnerabilities so they can be fixed quickly to limit risk and better prevent cyber attacks.
Read more about this news at EMC's product and technology blog, EMC Pulse
Combining asset business context, actionable threat intelligence, vulnerability assessment results and comprehensive workflows, RSA VRM helps proactively manage IT security risks and automates tasks to enable organizations to do more with fewer resources. The powerful data collection and aggregations capabilities are designed to allow RSA VRM to gather data from standard repositories as well as vulnerability scanning vendors to help more efficiently and effectively address potential threats. Additional benefits include:
- Comprehensive catalogs for both technical and business data for each IT asset
- Automation of manual tasks including workflow management, vulnerability lifecycle management and reports generation
- Detailed reports on KPIs, ROI of programs, and overall IT security risk posture of an organization
As part of the RSA Archer GRC platform, RSA VRM helps connect vulnerability risk programs with overall IT GRC work streams to enable better visibility into the overall security risk of the organization and is a critical component to an organization's overall Critical Incident Response strategy.