Skybox aggregates the largest collection of data sources, including patch and asset management systems, network devices and third-party scanners to more accurately fill in blind spots between scans.
Without automated, risk-based vulnerability management processes capable of understanding the larger context in which vulnerabilities exist, enterprises waste precious time, resources and budget on manual efforts, false positives and point products. Skybox Vulnerability and Threat Management integrates with existing technology, improving investments and adds deeper intelligence of threat and security landscapes.
Skybox offers a comprehensive three-dimensional digital model of the enterprise which simulates real-world attacks. With data collected from dozens of sources and its robust threat intelligence feed, Skybox runs as a true risk platform that automates workflow from discovery to targeted action, delivering accurate and customizable risk scores to focus teams on critical vulnerabilities, exploitable assets and the most effective remediation options.
The product normalizes data from different vendors for easy analysis, examining it in the context of the attack surface, and automates assessment, prioritization, remediation planning and monitoring. It matches vulnerabilities to network exposures, threats and potential business impacts of an exploit, while focusing resources on imminent threats. And it measures, tracks and demonstrates risk levels over time, while delivering visual, abstracted views of the attack surface to easily convey security status across teams and up the management chain.
Finally, Skybox aligns IT, IS and SOC teams by showing the interdependencies of vulnerabilities and connecting intelligence to action.
“Skybox is a unique, holistic platform that combines network security policy management with vulnerability and risk management capabilities for complete security posture management,” the company said in its entry.