Risk-based patch management startup Action1 Corp. today announced the latest release of its patch management platform that can be used to enable automated workflows for reducing mean time to remediate.
The new release has been designed to assist global enterprises that are struggling with complex environments, including the need to organize endpoints manually. The release offers reduced MTTR while at the same time eliminating gaps in remediation processes.
Key features in the new release include a rapid integration capability that allows enterprises to effortlessly combine automated vulnerability remediation workflows with their existing information technology structures. The feature offers a swift time-to-value, reducing the traditionally prolonged periods associated with the adoption of such solutions. The new release can be up and running in a matter of minutes.
The Action 1 Unified Vulnerability Discovery feature has gained expanded vulnerability detection vulnerabilities, encompassing both third-party and operating system Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures. By consolidating this information into one single view, Action1 eliminates the common siloes and gaps that have historically disrupted remediation workflows.
The new release offers complete third-party vulnerability remediation, with Action1’s software repository now containing hundreds of applications and patches for automated third-party application patches. For compliance purposes, Action1 has also expanded by adding a data center in Europe, ensuring compliance with local laws such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.
“Enterprise IT teams often struggle with manually organizing their endpoints within their remediation solution, which can drag on for months, while leaving their organization exposed to risks arising from gaps in their remediation strategies,” said co-founder and President Mike Walters. “Action1’s latest features are designed to eliminate this tedious process, enabling enterprises to save costs and reduce security risks.”
Action1 was last in the news in June when it announced that it had raised $20 million in new funding for research and development, focusing specifically on implementing zero-knowledge architecture into its platform.
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