Identify Vulnerabilities based on CVE

Find vulnerabilities. Close gaps. Halt exposure.

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The Challenge:

Successful adversaries repeat proven tactics

When something works, you use it over again. The same holds true for adversaries. Many leverage older and pre-existing exploits and vulnerabilities. They create easy new attacks by adapting popular, proven tools, exploits and vulnerabilities to new trends and opportunities. It is essential to quickly find and stop Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs), close any gaps in security, halt unnecessary exposure, and mitigate business risk.

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Our Solution:

Shut down common vulnerabilities

Identify and respond to known Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs). Fidelis helps users keep tabs of new patterns and tactics, while maintaining visibility and situational awareness of older threats. Easily generate terrain maps and inventories of your infrastructure and assets. Using terrain-based threat modeling, organizations can find and stop CVEs, and focus limited resources to prioritize patching and remediation against widely publicized and targeted vulnerabilities, especially those that may impact systems, assets, and business. Together, we help shift users to proactive and counter-threat operations.

  • Quickly identify and respond to known CVEs
  • Prioritize remediation based on largest potential impact
  • Halt exposure and mitigate risk
  • Lure attackers to vulnerable decoys
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Why Now?

Don’t let known CVEs bring you down

There are currently 148853 CVE records. Modern IT environments are complex enough without you having to guess which of those will likely impact your business. Yet attackers only need to find one exploitable vulnerability to do massive damage. Know which threats might affect your organization and close likely attack vectors.

Let Us Prove It.

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