An effective information security program, should not leave your organization exposed to known and exploitable vulnerabilities. An essential capability of any security program must foremost ensure that threats that target known vulnerabilities do not leave your organization compromised.
CyberStash helps organizations to get a hacker’s view into their organization and systematically assist in prioritizing and remediating vulnerabilities in order to effectively manage their business risks.
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An acceptable risk level can be achieved and maintained through vulnerability discovery, auditing, prioritization, remediation and reporting in the context of your business environment. Security and IT teams are however inundated by the many hundreds if not thousands of vulnerabilities which exist in a typical organization at any point in time. The complexity and iterative nature of vulnerability management – having to continuously maintain risks at acceptable levels – can overwhelm team members, leaving them dispirited and with little time to work on more inspiring projects. As a result, risks either remain undiscovered or, if discovered, unmanaged. To protect your business, it’s therefore absolutely critical to accomplish the vulnerability management program’s objectives, in a timely, operationally effective and cost-efficient manner.
In addition, with the increase in regulatory risk, an organization’s vulnerability management program should aim to help the business meet its regulatory and compliance requirements and reduce the effort associated with conducting security audits.
To achieve this, it is incumbent upon organizations to maintain a comprehensive view of assets and vulnerabilities in their environment. These vulnerabilities exist in critical business systems hosted on the corporate network, on remote-user machines, on mobile devices and within virtual and cloud environments. As operating systems, applications and network devices are all subject to inherent vulnerabilities, the extent of cover must be all-inclusive to ensure that no weak links exist for adversaries to compromise.
The CyberStash Vulnerability Management Service delivers an end-to-end outcome for organizations seeking to either self-service, co-manage or completely outsource the effort.
As it’s critical to understand which vulnerabilities must be addressed first in order to reduce the greatest risks to the organization, CyberStash leverages an advanced context-aware prioritization methodology in order to support intelligent decisions. We achieve this by mapping vulnerabilities to risk scores which are shaped by asset valuation, vulnerability severity, exploitability indices, malware availability and the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS).
We provide standard and customizable reporting to help communicate both technical and statistical information to stakeholders with different levels of interest and influence. We also correlate data from discovered vulnerabilities with data from our threat analysis platform to produce heat maps which further assist in risk contextualization and board-level reporting.
Our Enterprise Service Level provides patch scheduling and implementation for both operating system patches and hundreds of common applications. Our solution schedules and implements patches through the CyberStash Endpoint Agent by leveraging the CyberStash Patch Management Cloud Platform. We continuously demonstrate and measure tangible outcomes by applying patches and remediation in a timely and controlled manner.
The CyberStash service leverages industry-aligned best practices, and our consultants engage with your team to help design and document the service architecture in order to optimize risk and resources. We back up the service with 24-hour SLAs for Critical vulnerabilities with a less than 1% false positive rate for vulnerability identification.
Most organizations are breached not because of an advanced targeted threat or an undisclosed vulnerability but because they haven’t patched their systems against known vulnerabilities with available vendor patches.
Patching vulnerabilities is the most cost-efficient measure for mitigating cyber risk because 95% of all network intrusions could have been avoided by keeping systems up to date with appropriate patches.