BeyondTrust

Security in Context: The BeyondTrust Blog

Welcome to Security in Context

Bringing you news and commentary on solutions and strategies for protecting critical IT infrastructure in the context of your business.

The Best Vulnerability Management Reporting and Analytics

Posted March 13, 2014    Morey Haber

The number one reason why our customers choose BeyondTrust for enterprise vulnerability management is simple: The BeyondInsight Reporting and Analytics capabilities included with Retina CS Enterprise Vulnerability Management exceed the capabilities of every single competitor combined.

Retina CS with BeyondInsight is the only vulnerability management solution that ships with an integrated, structured big data warehouse – at no additional charge. The solution includes over 260 reports that cover everything from asset inventory and regulatory compliance, to vulnerability service level agreement reports.

The second biggest reason why customers choose us? Scalability. Retina CS with BeyondInsight is the only vulnerability management solution that can scale to hundreds of thousands of assets with network scanners, local vulnerability agents, and true air-gapped assessments and data consolidation.

This is complicated by the fact that many organizations have to secure vast, heterogeneous IT environments containing everything from servers, desktops, and mobile devices, to cloud and virtual systems. Maintaining complete, “zero-gap” vulnerability assessment coverage and consolidating findings into meaningful reports, regardless of platform, is a mandatory requirement for many regulatory compliance initiatives such as PCI and HIPAA. Only BeyondTrust can meet these requirements with BeyondInsight and Retina CS Enterprise Vulnerability Management.

The technology in Retina CS has been around since 1999. Since then, Retina has grown, evolved and remained a leader in the vulnerability management space. The technology is now coupled with BeyondInsight Analytics and Reporting to answer the tough questions every organization faces:

  • Is there an easier way to generate meaningful vulnerability assessment reports?
  • Are the reports being used in a constructive way to improve security?
  • Is the data in the reports relevant to my boss and all the team members in my organization?

For more information on Retina CS with BeyondInsight Analytics and Reporting, please watch and share this short video:

Tags:
, , , , , ,

Leave a Reply

Additional articles

Are Your Data Security Efforts Focused in the Right Area?

Posted January 28, 2015    Scott Lang

Vormetric Data Security recently released an insider threat report, with research conducted by HarrisPoll and analyzed by Ovum. Based on the survey responses, it is apparent that there is still a great deal of insecurity over data. However, the results also show that there may be misplaced investments to address those insecurities. I will explain…

Tags:
ghost

GHOST Vulnerability…Scary Indeed

Posted January 28, 2015    BeyondTrust Research Team

A vulnerability discovered by Qualys security researchers has surfaced within the GNU C Library that affects virtually all Linux operating systems. The vulnerability lies within the various gethostbyname*() functions and, as such, has been dubbed “GHOST.” GHOST is particularly nasty considering remote, arbitrary code execution can be achieved. In an effort to avoid taxing DNS lookups, glibc developers introduced…

Tags:
,
dave-shackleford-headshot

Your New Years Resolution: Controlling Privileged Users

Posted January 27, 2015    Dave Shackleford

Is 2015 the year you get a better handle on security? The news last year was grim – so much so, in fact, that many in the information security community despaired a bit. Really, the end-of-the-year infosec cocktail parties were a bit glum. OK, let’s be honest, infosec cocktail parties are usually not that wild…

Tags:
, , ,