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CyberSense scanner launched by Assuria to assess and offer fix advice on flaws

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Assuria has launched a new scanner which it claimed will bring enterprise level cyber-defence solutions to the widest possible audience.


Named the CyberSense Enterprise Scanner (CyberSense ES), it said that it is an intuitive web-based enterprise security configuration assurance and policy compliance solution, which assesses the security state of IT systems and provides comprehensive plain language advice on fixing security flaws and removing compliance failures.


According to the company, it also seamlessly manages agent and agent-less deep scanning, providing optimum operational flexibility and bringing enterprise class security management to organisations of any size, even those with limited IT security skills or resources.

Terry Pudwell, chairman and joint founder of Assuria, said: “Our new CyberSense Enterprise Scanner solution builds on our teams near 20 year pedigree in developing and marketing IT security assessment, compliance and monitoring solutions.


“We have encapsulated all that vast experience into this new technology and, given how easy it is to deploy and use, we're particularly excited about the potential for mid-sized companies and also larger companies, which just don't have the IT security or systems management skills and resources normally needed to take advantage of such technology.”

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