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 »
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 »
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 »
Our Risk I/O family keeps growing. Today, we added yet another connector to the already growing list of vulnerability assessment connectors in our family. We are very excited to welcome IBM’s AppScan as our newest addition! With our newest connector, you can now integrate directly within your AppScan vulnerability scanner. This empowers you to scan applications, identify vulnerabilities, and generate… Read more »
We have made some new and important additions to our Risk I/O dashboard recently. In addition to “out of the box” vulnerability metrics, we have begun the rollout of our benchmarking tab. This tab allows you to compare your metrics and statistics against your peers across the industry in order to gauge your overall vulnerability management performance. We have started… Read more »
From time to time we like to post updates on some of the more significant features and integrations we have built in to Risk I/O. In the past these posts would be sprinkled in with other content but we have been so busy lately it’s beginning to feel like we are on fire. Hot on the heels of launching our… Read more »
You may remember in a recent blog post we mentioned that we would be changing the name of our core product from Conduit to Risk I/O. The team at HoneyApps is pleased to announce that as of today, we will be providing this product under the new name of Risk I/O [risk-eye-oh]. Why a name change? We know that our… Read more »
Starting us off with an obligatory post to welcome you to our new blog. We hope to begin posting regularly here about the topics we know best; mainly vulnerability management, info security, metrics and automation! Check in with us soon to see how we are doing. In the meantime, take a test drive of our Conduit beta.