Protection for the entire attack surface of assets
Armis, the leading provider of a unified platform for asset visibility and security, announces Armis Asset Vulnerability Management (AVM), the only risk-based vulnerability management solution that enables organizations to prioritize mitigation measures across the entire attack surface of assets, including IT, OT, ICS, IoMT, IIoT, cloud and cellular IoT, managed or unmanaged. This solution strengthens the Armis platform, which provides unified asset visibility and superior security across the entire attack surface.
The new Asset Vulnerability Management solution will be presented in the USA at the RSA Conference 2022
Geopolitical instability in connection with the Russian invasion of Ukraine, as well as the ongoing support of Ukraine’s defense efforts by the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), has dramatically increased the possibility of cyber attacks on organizations operating in the United States and NATO-allied countries. That’s why organizations need to scale their capabilities to deal with the growing number of vulnerabilities and threats that put their assets at risk.
However, companies today are overwhelmed with the number of different assets connected to their networks and the serious security vulnerabilities discovered almost every day. You have a hard time managing vulnerable assets on a large scale. As the time required to exploit a new vulnerability is rapidly decreasing, security and IT teams can no longer fix vulnerabilities as quickly as necessary because they have no insight into the attack surface of the assets.
Yevgeny Dibrov, CEO & Co-Founder of Armis
“Effective vulnerability lifecycle management requires a complete insight into the extended attack surface and an understanding of the criticality of each individual asset for the company,” says Yevgeny Dibrov, CEO & Co-Founder of Armis . “With Armis AVM, companies can prioritize vulnerability remediation measures for all assets according to their criticality for the company and optimize the use of limited resources to minimize the risk.“
Only with Armis’ Asset Vulnerability Management (AVM) solution and its award-winning asset intelligence platform can companies see all the associated risk levels across their entire organization. No other company offers the comprehensive asset intelligence and context that Armis provides.
Armis will showcase these and other new opportunities at the RSA Conference at Booth #951 South Hall in San Francisco (June 6-9, 2022).
Armis Asset Vulnerability Management (AVM) is an add-on module that covers the entire vulnerability management lifecycle and goes beyond vulnerability scanning by calculating the risk for each asset to help organizations prioritize and manage their risk mitigation efforts.
Armis AVM offers:
- A complete, accurate overview of all assets and vulnerabilities in the environment, including managed and unmanaged assets
- Risk-based prioritization based on the criticality of the assets and the severity of the vulnerabilities in order to focus on the essentials
- Security automation and orchestration to reduce Mean Time to Remediation (MTTR)
- A complete vulnerability management lifecycle to track mitigation actions over time with out-of-the-box reports and dashboards
The Armis Asset Intelligence Platform enables companies to see and control their entire cyber asset attack surface. Through complete asset discovery, real-time cyber vulnerability and threat intelligence, and highlighting critical assets that should be prioritized, Armis enables organizations to quickly identify the assets that are putting their operations at risk, set remediation priorities to better manage their attack surface and improve their overall risk posture.
Armis customers come from all industries and segments, including governments, states, municipalities, educational institutions (SLED), healthcare, KRITIS and organizations such as Colgate Palmolive, the NHS (National Health Service), Allegro Microsystems, Nestlé, Reckitt, Mondelēz, PepsiCo, IBM, DocuSign, the Booking Group, John Muir Health, Brookfield Properties, McKesson, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, AT&T, Florida State University, MTR Elizabeth Line and many more.
Armis at the RSA Conference 2022
Armis will present AVM and other functions at Booth S-951 (South Hall) at the RSA Conference 2022 from June 6 to 9, 2022 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. Armis executives and experts will be present at the RSAC to inform about the extensions of the platform and the recent investigations of security vulnerabilities TLStorm 2.0 and the Critical Infrastructure Protection Program.