- Whether a workload runs on-premises or in the cloud, the new Rapid7 solution ingests data using specialized collection mechanisms.
- Executive Risk View offers a threat-aware risk-scoring technique that combines and normalizes evaluations from various situations that often employ different scoring systems.
Rapid7 Inc., a provider of cybersecurity technologies, unveiled “Executive Risk View,” a new solution that standardizes risk scoring in on-premises and cloud environments.
Risk scoring evaluates the potential danger a vulnerability—or combination of vulnerabilities—poses to an organization’s IT infrastructure. The method considers several variables, including the type of vulnerability, its potential impact, the compromised assets’ worth, and the exploitation’s simplicity.
The new Executive Risk View from Rapid7 is intended to help security leaders analyze threats more accurately and collaborate better with teams throughout a company for increased cyber risk reduction.
It addresses the ever-difficult-to-manage security landscape in dynamic hybrid setups. According to Rapid7, a single tool is required to investigate vulnerability concerns amid complicated and varied technological stacks thoroughly. This is where Executive Risk View enters the picture with what is described as a novel strategy.
Whether a workload runs on-premises or in the cloud, the new Rapid7 solution ingests data using specialized collection mechanisms. Providing complete risk insight across hybrid settings, Executive Risk View discards blind spots and enables scalability as needed.
Additionally, Executive Risk View offers a threat-aware risk-scoring technique that combines and normalizes evaluations from various situations that often employ different scoring systems. According to the business, doing so results in an interactive dashboard that provides a clear view of vulnerabilities and their threat to the enterprise.
The tool’s advantages include its capacity to display trending data that illustrates advancement over time, enabling security teams to prioritize corrective activities based on the most recent information. An organization can respond quickly and effectively to the hazards providing the most significant threat by disseminating the learned insights.
Aniket Menon, Vice President of product management at Rapid7, stated, “We believe that, until now, security leaders haven’t had a compelling way to address the need for a unified perspective of risk across cloud and on-prem environments. Executive Risk View does just that, eliminating the tedious manual work and confusion created by context switching between multiple tools.”