Tag Archives: remediation

No More Traffic Signals

Ed Bellis    March 23, 2012

Red, Yellow, Ugh… I have been frustrated by the state of prioritization in security for several years. I recently wrote about how a data-driven approach can help prioritize remediation when there are a large amount of issues to contend with. It seems that much of the industry got together years ago and decided we could drop millions of issues into… Read more »

Give ‘Em What They Want… and Nothing More

Ed Bellis    March 1, 2012

A lot of Risk I/O users rely on bug tracking and trouble ticketing to track their remediation workflow including status, ownership and due dates. We built Risk I/O to integrate directly into these solutions so our customers would never have to leave while tracking to close. That’s all well and good, but we have others who prefer not to use… Read more »

Vulnerability Assessment Data Analysis

Ed Bellis    August 29, 2011

A couple of weeks ago we asked you to help us build our roadmap by completing a short survey. We wanted to ensure we were integrating with the vulnerability assessment and remediation tools that were most valuable to our audience. I initially thought we would be able to pull this information from the analysts but had very little luck with… Read more »