Tag Archives: threat management

Must-Have Metrics for Vulnerability Management: Part 2

Ed Bellis    March 30, 2016

This blog is Part 2 in a 3-part series on Must-Have Metrics for Vuln Management. Read Part 1 here. Must-Have #2: Know Your Business In order to understand the most pertinent threats and measure the likelihood of exploits, you really need to understand these factors within the context of your business. A great way to apply this knowledge to security… Read more »

Risk I/O Threat Processing – Now With Zero-Day Vulnerability Data

Andrea Bailiff-Gush    November 4, 2014

Today we are announcing the addition of zero-day vulnerability data from Verisign iDefense to our platform. With this addition, our vulnerability threat management platform now offers smarter prioritization based on unpublished vulnerability data, providing an early warning of exploits and vulnerabilities in your environment for which a fix is not currently available. Using our threat processing engine, Risk I/O continuously… Read more »

11 Tips and Tricks for the RIO Power User

Ed Bellis    August 18, 2014

1. Keyboard Shortcuts Keyboard shortcuts are available from the home screen. Want to know what they are? Click the Keyboard Shortcuts link in the bottom right sidebar or just <shift>+? 2. Threat Trends Click-Through Clicking on any of the attack or breach bubbles within the threat trends view will filter your assets by only displaying those that are vulnerable to… Read more »

Same As It Ever Was

Ed Bellis    November 21, 2011

A couple of weeks ago I was invited by IANS to participate in a panel presentation in one of their Executive Client Briefings. The theme for the event was on building risk-based management frameworks and I headed up the Next Generation Threat Management portion. First off, many thanks to the folks at IANS for having me, as usual they did… Read more »