Hitachi Systems Security’s Vulnerability Management service helps you protect your employees, customers, and data against attacks like WannaCry without deploying teams of security professionals to haphazardly patch systems without regard to value, history, or effect on overall security.
The service includes scheduled and on-demand vulnerability scanning capability against the latest known vulnerabilities. A variety of network devices, such as servers, appliances, applications and workstations, can be scanned for vulnerabilities.
Full vulnerability reports are generated to provide your organization with an accurate and comprehensive view of your risk profile.
Nearly all cyber attacks are the result of exploiting known vulnerabilities. As your dependence on technology increases and you introduce additional electronic systems and software to support your operations, the rate of discovering and exploiting software vulnerabilities will continue to rise.
Hitachi Systems Security’s ArkAngel platform allows you to perform targeted or network-wide vulnerability scans to anticipate and prevent common system vulnerabilities.
Our online ArkAngel risk management platform offers a host of options to give you the flexibility to easily schedule recurring vulnerability scans in advance or conduct scans on demand.
Our consolidated vulnerability reports help you demonstrate compliance with external and internal regulations.
The Vulnerability Management Dashboard provides organizations with real-time analytics of the vulnerabilities scanned in their environment. The dashboard compiles the asset vulnerabilities detected in the network and extract risk-related indicators as well as security incidents created by our analysts.
Furthermore, the Vulnerability Management Dashboard lists the top vulnerabilities that would expose your organization to highest risks and what should be fixed first to avoid attacks like Wannacry or data breaches like Equifax’s.
Run monthly reports based on statistics and indicators generated by scanners such as Nessus, MacAfee or Saint and compare over time trends.