Vulnerability Prioritization

Organizations struggle to know which vulnerabilities can be leveraged to compromise their critical assets

With dynamic networks and a security infrastructure that constantly adapts to the ever-evolving threat landscape, IT and security teams are overwhelmed with alerts, software updates and new vulnerabilities that are at best registered. Threat actors work hard to find these vulnerabilities that have been overlooked in order to laterally move within the network, without being discovered.

Using attack path modeling in conjunction with vulnerability scanning, XM Cyber delivers the next generation in vulnerability management. Now security and IT teams can work together, relying on additional context to evaluate the criticality of each vulnerability to prioritize and manage updates and patching.

Solution Benefits

Prioritize which vulnerabilities put critical assets at risk
Step-by-step guided remediation on vulnerabilities
Manageable vulnerability volumes for IT
Continuous visibility of ALL vulnerabilities with risk context

Key Product Features

Full visibility of risk

Get clear insight into all vulnerabilities, affected devices, and patches with prioritization of critical assets at risk.
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Continuous attack simulation

Verify the priorities of your security gaps in real-time, with continuous attack modeling, to ensure your resources are focused on fixing what matters the most first.
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Prioritized resource and remediation process

Follow the automated remediation plan that is designed to reduce the risk to your critical assets, enhance security resilience and optimize your existing security infrastructure and investments.
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