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EiQ Networks Releases Freemium Security Intelligence Tools

EiQ Networks, a provider of security intelligence solutions, has released two new freemium security intelligence tools designed to help resource-constrained organizations address security management acquisition and operational complexities.

EiQ Networks, a provider of security intelligence solutions, has released two new freemium security intelligence tools designed to help resource-constrained organizations address security management acquisition and operational complexities.

The new tools released by Acton, Massachusetts-based EiQ Networks include VulnerabilityVue, a vulnerability analysis solution, and DiscoveryVue, an asset discovery and management solution.

VulnerabilityVue is a vulnerability collection and analysis solution that centralizes vulnerability scan data from leading vulnerability scanners into a single console for analysis, reporting and monitoring. The free tool presents vulnerability results from Nessus, Qualys or Rapid 7 scanners in a clear red light/green light presentation to help organizations quickly assess vulnerable systems as recommended by the SANS institute. Users will be able to identify vulnerable systems and obtain appropriate remediation guidance.

DiscoveryVue is an asset discovery solution that uses NMAP to discover and inventory devices operating on an organization’s network. The free tool also provides the ability to create asset policies and continually monitor compliance against defined policy. In addition, users can identify authorized and unauthorized devices on their network as recommended by the SANS institute.

“As the frequency and severity of high profile data breaches continues to accelerate, it is critical that companies have an infrastructure in place to quickly identify and act on unauthorized network activity, and continuously diagnose and protect the nodes that are most vulnerable to an attack,” said Brian Mehlman, Senior Director of Product Management at EiQ Networks. “These new freemium products help in advancing continuous security intelligence, essential for cyber security and compliance by automating both vulnerability collection and analysis, and asset discovery and management so that companies can better identify and react to threats and security gaps before they are exploited by hackers.”

More details on the tools can be found online.

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