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Inspira’s Vulnerability Management-in-the-Box, geared towards businesses of all sizes, offers unified view of the threat landscape.
Cybersecurity and digital transformation company Inspira Enterprise Inc. has launched Vulnerability Management-in-the-Box, powered by the iSMART2 (Intelligent, Simplified, Measurable, Adaptive, Risk Based, Threat Centric, Tailored) framework, the company announced in a prepared statement.
Inspira notes that it is “accelerating enterprise risk reduction with top-line technologies from select OEM partners, including ArmorCode, ShiftLeft, Qualys, Ivanti and Trellix, to provide an all-inclusive, one-stop solution for threat vulnerability management.”
Lalit Ahluwalia, Inspira CEO and global cybersecurity head for Americas, explained the advantages of Vulnerability Management-in-the-Box:
“The beauty of partnering with premium vendors in varying disciplines of the cybersecurity and IT realms is the ability to provide customers with the best possible solutions on the market for each category in one place. Vulnerability Management-in-the-box is a hassle-free, powerhouse threat vulnerability managed solution tailored to drive down mean time to remediation and mitigate vulnerabilities before they emerge.”
Inspira further explains that organizations are in desperate need of a unified view of the threat landscape that can help them prioritize and remediate the vulnerabilities in the complex hybrid landscape using automation. Geared towards businesses of all sizes, Inspira describes the iSMART2 Vulnerability Management-in-the-Box foundation as a unified SaaS platform to give customers premium facets of digital protection and infrastructure management, including:
As organizations shift from a compliance-centered security mindset to an active cybersecurity stance, security teams need to adapt to keep pace with evolving business objectives, Inspira asserts. As such, it’s threat and vulnerability management (TVM) solution allows organizations to quickly remedy fractured IT ecosystems and other digital assets, including applications, services, infrastructure and cloud.
Srinivas Mukkamala, Ivanti senior vice president and general manager of security business, explained why his company has partnered with Inspira:
“There are intricacies that come with the selection and integration of vulnerability management solutions in today’s volatile cybersecurity environment. Ivanti focuses on making the process easier for companies of all sizes with our Ivanti Neurons platform, which is designed to self-heal, self-secure and empower users to self-service. We are thrilled to partner with Inspira and push the boundaries of innovation together as the Vulnerability Management-in-the-Box approach is a much-needed change to reduce this complexity and bolster an organization’s cybersecurity profile.”