Frontline Vulnerability Manager Integrates With IBM Security Products

Digital Defense, Inc. has received IBM PartnerWorld’s Ready for IBM Security Intelligence designation for its Frontline Vulnerability Manager.
 
Digital Defense’s Frontline Vulnerability Manager has been validated to integrate with IBM Security products to help better protect customers around the world. By integrating vulnerability assessment intelligence feeds into the QRadar platform, clients can gain a much clearer view of their true security posture, prior to an incident occurring.
 
IBM QRadar users can activate the Digital Defense vulnerability feeds into the QRadar platform to gain improved visibility into security events by correlating vulnerability and threat data and gain greater visibility into the risk posture of hosts, to make better, more informed decisions and take appropriate security actions. 

How can I integrate Frontline vulnerability findings into my security workflow?

Effective vulnerability management requires a seamless workflow process from identification to remediation. Frontline Connect makes it easy to integrate discovered, analyzed, scored, and prioritized vulnerabilities into leading security workflow management platforms and SIEMs including IBM QRadar, ServiceNow, and ZenDesk.
With Frontline Connect, security workflow integration extends far beyond the passive data upload provided by competitive solutions to include:

  • Per vulnerability remediation solution / recommendations with associated CVE and vendor patch links
  • Seamless management of host and vulnerability findings
  • Comprehensive description and solutions for vulnerability remediation
  • Industry standard REST API with JSON output
  • Filterable export from Frontline VM based on criteria
  • Scheduled data push/pull to destination platform(s)
For more information on how to add the Digital Defense Inc AVS scanner, visit https://www.digitaldefense.com/solution-overview/.

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