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Risk I/O Now Integrates With OpenVAS

Ed Bellis    October 6, 2014

Last week we quietly launched our 26th and latest connector. With our latest integration our customers can load their OpenVAS results directly into Risk I/O for threat processing and prioritization. To take advantage of the OpenVAS integration, navigate to the Connectors tab and click New Connector. From there select the OpenVAS connector, name it and save it. You can then click… Read more »

QualysGuard Connector: Now With WAS Inside

Andrea Bailiff-Gush    July 28, 2014

At Risk I/O, we’re always striving to ensure our integrations are seamless and complete. Risk I/O is happy to announce that as of today, our QualysGuard connector has expanded to pull in results from your Qualys VM and Qualys WAS scans. What does this mean for you? If you are a Risk I/O user with a Qualys connector, you’ll see both… Read more »

Introducing Nessus Auto-Close with Risk I/O

Ed Bellis    November 13, 2013

One of the common issues with running multiple siloed scanners is tracking the state of vulnerabilities over time. Which vulnerabilities should be closed based on my subsequent findings (or lack thereof)? This problem can be exacerbated when centralizing these point scanners into a central repository such as Risk I/O. Our  Nessus connector now tracks the state of all reported vulnerabilities… Read more »

Risk I/O Joins Rapid7’s Technology Alliances

Andrea Bailiff-Gush    December 14, 2011

We are pleased to announce our recent entry into the Technology Alliances program with Rapid7. Earlier this year, Rapid7 and Risk I/O collaborated to create a simple out-of-the-box connector that pulls vulnerability scan data directly from Rapid7’s Nexpose, and uses Risk I/O to aggregate, correlate and prioritize vulnerabilities for the most effective remediation of possible security threats. Through this collaboration, Nexpose users can… Read more »

Register for our Webinar on Risk I/O & QualysGuard Integration

Andrea Bailiff-Gush    October 25, 2011

Following on the heels of our recent integration announcement with Qualys, Risk I/O would like to invite you to our upcoming webinar, Complete Vulnerability Management with QualysGuard and Risk I/O on November 2nd @ 1 PM CDT. Led by Corey Bodzin, Direct of Product Management at Qualys, and Ed Bellis, CEO at Risk I/O, this webinar will provide an overview of the integration between… Read more »

Risk I/O Partners with Qualys Security as a Service Platform

Ed Bellis    October 12, 2011

We are pleased to announce our recent entry into the Solution & Technology Partners Program with Qualys. Qualys and Risk I/O have collaborated to create a simple out-of-the-box connector that pulls vulnerability scan data directly from QualysGuard, and uses Risk I/O to aggregate, correlate and prioritize vulnerabilities for the most effective remediation of possible security threats. Under this partnership, QualysGuard… Read more »

The Power of Conduit – Now Fortified with W3AF

Ed Bellis    April 7, 2011

Our worker bees have been banging away in the hive working on our latest connector. This morning they emerged with their latest work… the W3AF connector. W3AF, or the Web Application Attack & Audit Framework is an open source framework used for assessing web applications for security vulnerabilities and is fully extendable through it’s plug-in architecture. W3AF has discovery, audit,… Read more »

Let Me Introduce Our Newest Connector

Ed Bellis    January 27, 2011

World, if you haven’t already, please meet Netsparker, the latest “friend of the bee”. Netsparker is a web application security scanner from Mavituna Security and our laster connector integration. Netsparker is billed as a “false positive free” scanner through its confirmation / exploitation engine. Already using it today? Great! Now you can import all of your Netsparker results into Conduit… Read more »