Cymune understands that every organization invests in security differently based on their environment, ecosystem and requirements. To best support you, we provide over 45 connectors that cover your entire security stack for Vulnerability Scanners ( SAST, DAST, Network) Internal Security Team, External Security Vendors and more.
Take care of your daily, weekly, and monthly scans?
What about the risks posed by third-party vendors, subsidiaries, and external entities?
Leverage Cymune to uncover the entire threat landscape and discover the vulnerabilities in your entire ecosystem. Onboard the business units, assets, and vulnerability reports a state-of-the-art platform. Correlate it all to defend and secure all.
Now it’s time to analyze all of the ingested data. A platform that is empowered with ML to analyse and deduplicate the vulnerabilities, thus reducing the number by manifolds.
All the deduplicated vulnerabilities are given a score using a unique Scoring Engine. Eight comprehensive scoring parameters such as Exploit Availability, Vulnerability Age, Patch Availability, etc. are leveraged to produce the final score.
This score acts as a uniform language for the teams to understand the priority, impact, and risk posed by the vulnerability.
The Asset Sensitivity, Business Contextualization and SLAs further ensures that the teams are fixing the right vulnerability.
Nothing can beat the automation that our platform has to offer.
Post prioritization and scoring the platform allows the organization to automate mundane processes using no-code workflows to increase people and technology efficacy.
Right from automating your quarterly scans, to creating a ticket in JIRA for an application bug, to triggering remote scan right from your CI/CD Pipeline, all of this can be automated and managed.
With the complexity of your network infrastructure, it is common to have forgotten assets still accessible on the network. It is important to gain visibility into what kinds of devices and assets you have, and what their vulnerability status is. Over 70% of the highly publicized breaches this year were caused by failures in vulnerability management programs. Attacks resulting in data loss are usually performed by exploiting known and documented security vulnerabilities in software, network infrastructure, servers, workstations, phone systems, printers and employee devices.