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Automated Vulnerability Remediation platform: Enterprises to mitigate cyber risks

Automated Vulnerability Remediation platform would also help enterprises set vulnerability tolerance levels

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), the largest IT services company of India, on Tuesday announced the launch of its Automated Vulnerability Remediation platform, which would help enterprises in efficiently mitigating the cyber risks. By identifying and prioritising vulnerabilities in software libraries of the enterprises and proactively fixing them, the SaaS-based (software as a service-based) platform would enable enterprises to safeguard themselves from malicious attacks.

TCS release said, “The Automated Vulnerability Remediation platform helps enterprises build and execute a contextual, risk-focused and effective vulnerability management programme, helping them decide on the right remediation approach across assets, across common vulnerabilities and patching”.

The Automated Vulnerability Remediation platform would also help enterprises set vulnerability tolerance levels.

The statement said, “The platform provides inventory analysis, building a business and technical context around assets and driving consolidation, helps prioritise risks and vulnerabilities according to the business unit, location and asset type…”

Customers embarking on a legacy modernisation and cloud migration journey need to remediate pre-existing vulnerabilities and put in place processes and controls to mitigate new ones, said Santha Subramoni, Global Head, Cyber Security at TCS while commenting on the development.

Subramoni added, “TCS’ SaaS-based Automated Vulnerability Remediation platform provides risk-based remediation analytics to help security and IT operations teams quickly and efficiently mitigate known risks, and orchestrate vulnerability remediation using the right patches, the best configuration scripts, and compensating controls”.

Also read: Fortinet Announces AI-powered XDR for Fully Automated Threat Detection, Investigation, and Response

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