Tag Archives: feature release

See Our New Features in Action!

Andrea Bailiff-Gush    April 9, 2013

As you may recall reading, our development team has been busy over the last few weeks rolling out new features that will make it even easier to manage and monitor your vulnerabilities.We want to invite you to join us on Wednesday, April 17th at 2:00PM ET for a webinar given by Risk I/O CEO, Ed Bellis. Ed will provide an overview of these… Read more »

Automate All The Things: Our New-and-Improved API

Mike    January 29, 2013

We recently updated our API and wanted to let you know about it. For those of you unfamiliar with the Risk I/O API, it can be used to automate many functions of Risk I/O including the ability to add vulnerabilities from the few scanners Risk I/O doesn’t directly support, information gleaned from manual assessments, data integration between SIEM, GRC and… Read more »

Heads Up! (Display)

Ed Bellis    January 22, 2013

I’m happy to share our latest enhancement to visualizing your vulnerability data. Today, we are launching a new Heads-Up Display (HUD): a “mini dashboard” if you will,  that allows you to visualize the current state of your vulnerabilities and defects. Our new Heads-Up Display shows a live presentation of your vulnerabilities. It provides up-to-the-minute information on aspects of your vulnerability… Read more »

Introducing RiskDB

jheuer    December 4, 2012

Today we’re launching RiskDB, a free, centralized, and open repository of vulnerabilities sourced from public databases. It provides up-to-the-minute information on security-related software flaws, misconfigurations, and threat advisories. We think RiskDB will be one of the easiest ways to stay on top of vulnerabilities relevant to the infrastructure you’re responsible for. For a quick search, just enter your query in the… Read more »

Hitting Above the Security Mendoza Line

Ed Bellis    August 14, 2012

Risk I/O can now be used to identify publicly available exploits to your existing vulnerabilities. Our development team has made it possible for Risk I/O to match attack vectors from databases of quality assured exploits, such as Metasploit and ExploitDB, to applicable vulnerabilities. This information, paired with vulnerability data from assessment tools, allows you to understand how your organization is… Read more »

Another Week, Another Integration: Retina meet Risk I/O

Andrea Bailiff-Gush    May 30, 2012

We’re beginning to sound a bit like a broken record, but yes, this week we launched another out-of-the-box integration with Risk I/O. Our goal has always been to build a complete vulnerability management platform that works with the tools you’re already using. That’s why we’ve added eEye Digital Security’s Retina Network Security Scanner to our arsenal of integrations. As a connector, you can… Read more »

Now Serving Veracode Users

Andrea Bailiff-Gush    May 15, 2012

Following our recent integration with Portswigger’s Burp web scanner, our development team has added another vulnerability assessment tool to Risk I/O. Integration with Veracode static analysis is now available! If you use Veracode to scan your applications for security flaws, you’ll be happy to learn that you can now plug it into Risk I/O to manage and monitor the vulnerabilities that… Read more »

Our Latest Integration

Ed Bellis    March 26, 2012

Hot on the heels of launching role-based access control which allows you to control who has access to what in Risk I/O (all the way down to the vulnerability level), we have added integration with a new vulnerability assessment tool. (Drum roll please…) We are happy to announce that integration with the Burp Scanner is now available in Risk I/O! For… Read more »

Ohai HP – It’s Us Again

Ed Bellis    November 4, 2011

Fresh off the heals of launching our HP Fortify connector to integrate your static analysis findings, we’d like to announce our newest connector in the family. This time from HP’s dynamic side of the house – HP WebInspect. If you’re currently using this vulnerability assessment tool as part of your application security program, you can now connect your instance into Risk… Read more »