and gain greater control over your own vulnerability management.
Most prioritisation technologies overlook the fact that vulnerabilities affect businesses in different ways and to varying extents.
This means businesses may be told to tackle issues in the wrong order.
When done in-house, companies can prioritise vulnerabilities based on how their business operates and where the critical areas are. However, where new vulnerability scans are run sometimes daily, the triage process is highly time- and labour- intensive.
With RankedRight, you only need to set prioritisation rules once and then we’ll take over the triage for every future vulnerability scan, leaving you to remediate more issues, in the order that’s best for your business.
your vulnerability data from your various sources
your vulnerability triage by setting prioritisation rules for RankedRight to follow
your ranked data to different people in your organisation to tackle
No one understands better how to rank vulnerabilities in order of impact to your business than your own Information Security team. However, this process takes up so much of their time, there’s little left for remediation*.
Let RankedRight relieve them of the pains of vulnerability triage so they can get on with what they’re truly great at – keeping your company safe.
* 53% of companies spend more time navigating manual processes than actually responding to vulnerabilities (Ponemon Institute).
Our mission is to help every organisation to gain greater control over their own vulnerability management.
Less admin, more action, greater results.
To make full use of RankedRight’s automated triage, you simply set prioritisation rules for vulnerabilities.
To do this, choose criteria from our frequently updated triage library and, with the help of our vulnerability intelligence, create a Stored Ranking Profile (SRP) which shows a prioritised view of the risk. You can then set rules indicating how this type of vulnerability should be delegated by assigning it to different members of your organisation and/or exporting it into the ITSM solution of your choice.
And that’s it.
Here’s how it looks: