A new solution which identify key vulnerabilities in real-time across a network has been launched this week by IBM.
Named the QRadar Vulnerability Manager, IBM said that it helps identify, sort, contextualise and prioritise network vulnerabilities into a single view. According to the company, it can automatically scan the network and perform the analysis, with results aggregated alongside the latest X-Force threat intelligence alerts and incident reports from the National Vulnerability Database.
Also added in this release is an embedded, PCI-certified scanner which can be scheduled to run periodically or triggered based on network events.
Murray Benadie, managing director of Zenith Systems, an IBM business partner, said: “QRadar Vulnerability Manager is a breakthrough for the IT security industry. It can cut a huge list of vulnerabilities in half, if not more. Users will quickly see vulnerabilities on their networks, without trying to mash products together - that is how information falls through the cracks. This is a true game changer.”
Also this week, IBM launched a new version of the IBM Security zSecure Suite, a mainframe security solution with IBM QRadar Security Intelligence Platform integration. This combined solution helps provide organisations with enterprise-wide visibility of mainframe security events, supported with automated real-time threat alerts and customised compliance reporting.