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TAC Security ESOF VMDR Released Vulnerability and Risk Management Single Console Platform

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TAC Security  launches its new ESOF Vulnerability Management Detection and Response (VMDR) key, as part of its Enterprise Security in One Framework (ESOF) solution.  

ESOF VMDR protects organizations with complete vulnerability and risk management from one central locker. 

“Our ESOF VMDR platform offers all the capabilities available from today’s vulnerability and risk management providers with several critical new capabilities,” said Trishneet Arora, TAC Security’s founder, and CEO. ESOF VMDR is the only product to combine in a Single Console vulnerability management for people, infrastructure and applications, incidents, governance risk, and compliance (GRC). Our five key capabilities dramatically reduce the time for security leaders to understand and mitigate their cyber risks in the age of Zero Trust.” 

ESOF’s distinctive feature is an AI-powered Cyber Risk Score that offers a single score for the organization and archives visibility into risk by business unit, accrediting IT and security teams to efficiently communicate, prioritize, and improve their security stance. ESOF is a sole platform that administers vulnerability assessment across the IT stack and a summation of cyber risk that incorporates data from the widest view of an organization’s vulnerabilities. ESOF also assimilates data from different sources to provide the most comprehensive picture available of an organization’s risks. 

ESOF VMDR integrates three core competencies: making an inventory of all IT assets, vulnerability assessment scanning, and vulnerability remediation. 

  • ESOF VMDR provides virtual scanning technology to find assets and vulnerabilities in a network environment, including cloud and mobile. 
  • It incorporates network analysis, active scanner capability, and cloud agents to discover all infrastructure assets automatically without human intervention.  
  • Eventually, it initiates a remediation process and provides automatic follow-up, so that the IT and security teams know which critical vulnerabilities have been patched. 

“Organizations frequently need to take a fresh look at their vulnerability management capabilities and update them with the newest solutions to reduce the opportunity for breaches. TAC Security’s new ESOF VMDR includes an array of new features that security teams should review and consider before selecting a vulnerability and risk management provider,” said Michael Osterman, principal analyst with research firm Osterman Research. 

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