Remediate…Like a Boss

Ed Bellis    March 12, 2013

The Risk I/O dev team has been developing features at a ridiculous pace with no signs of slowing down. We will be releasing a host of new functionality to our vulnerability intelligence platform over the weeks to come, so stay tuned. Our latest additions will help you identify patches that will reduce the most amount of risk across your environment and quickly push them out to your ticketing system or manage remediation directly within Risk I/O.

We know that identifying remediation can be tedious, so we set out to solve this in a simple way. Patch data is pulled in directly from multiple sources and now made available via patch reports on your Assets tab. Viewing the patch report will give you a quick view of un-patched systems grouped together by patch and sorted in order of total risk score. This view gives you the biggest “bang-for-your-buck,” (in other words reducing the most amount of vulnerabilities with the least amount of work).

View the patches that reduce the most risk via our patch reports.

View the patches that reduce the most risk via our patch reports.

Creating trouble tickets in Risk I/O has always been fast and simple through our integration with ticketing systems. But we’ve now made this even faster by adding bulk creation of tickets in Risk I/O for both vulnerabilities and assets. With a quick search and select, you can create tickets for hundreds of vulnerabilities and assets in a matter of seconds. Within the vulnerabilities tab you can send multiple vulnerabilities to a single ticket via the bulk ticketing feature, or within the patch report you can create a single ticket to patch thousands of assets at once.

Send multiple vulnerabilities or patch multiple assets with a single ticket.

Send multiple vulnerabilities or patch multiple assets with a single ticket.

Log into your account now and try these features for yourself. Of course, if you don’t have a Risk I/O account yet, you can signup for free.

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