RSA Archer® IT Security Vulnerabilities Program
Manage the results of vulnerability scans and remediation efforts.
- Proactively manage cybersecurity risks on one consolidated research platform by combining actionable cyber threat intelligence, security vulnerability assessment results, business context on the criticality of IT assets and comprehensive workflows.
- Prioritize vulnerability scans according to business criticality.
Obtain a clarified view of security vulnerabilities across your enterprise so that you can proactively inform executive management and the board of directors.
Improve handoffs between the security organization and IT operations so that important remediation activities don’t fall through the cracks.
Manage the entire vulnerability lifecycle, from detection and verification through remediation and reporting.
Manage the large volume of security vulnerability data from multiple scanners with structured processes for prioritizing security issues.
Improve the closure rate for critical security gaps while reducing the cost, time and effort associated with managing and fixing security vulnerabilities.
Consolidates data from your existing vulnerability scanners to improve research and reporting on emerging threats.
Powerful Rules Engine
Powerful, flexible rules engine prioritizes new threats, overdue issues and changing business needs.
Generous Data Storage
Large data/high volume storage of vulnerability scanning results.
Enables IT security analysts to implement actionable alerting, analyze curated vulnerability scanning data and respond to issues as they arise.
Centralized repository and management module integrates powerful security vulnerability analytics with reporting workflows.
We went through a very detailed selection process before choosing RSA Archer as our GRC solution. A key factor in that decision was usability. We had used previous GRC products with difficult interfaces, from both an end- user as well as an administrator perspective, and so when we were looking at Archer and actually doing sandbox testing, we could see just how much easier it would be.
Director of Technology Risk Management @ Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta