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LockPath Now Integrated With RedSeal

Keylight users can now immediately share RedSeal data with the appropriate resources

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- Feb. 3, 2014 --LockPath, the leading provider of governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) solutions, today announced a new connector between LockPath's Keylight platform and leading network infrastructure security management partner, RedSeal Networks. The integration dramatically improves organizational visibility into critical vulnerabilities at an asset level and gives risk managers the ability to prioritize vulnerabilities based on severity.

Keylight users can now immediately share RedSeal data with the appropriate resources and route the highest priority risks for efficient remediation using Keylight's built-in dashboard reporting and workflow systems. This integration enables organizations to take a best practice and prescribed approach to resolving vulnerabilities and managing risk.

"With data breaches in the news nearly every day, security leaders need the most advanced capabilities to secure their organizations' sensitive data," said Chris Goodwin, Chief Technology Officer of LockPath. "A large part of that rests on having complete visibility into security data to make informed decisions on which vulnerabilities to address first. RedSeal provides the right functionality to achieve this comprehensive view of the threat landscape, and when combined with LockPath's Keylight software, will deliver even greater security to enterprises and small and medium businesses."

RedSeal Networks is a leading provider of network infrastructure security management solutions that continuously provide network visualization and identify critical attack risk and noncompliance in complex security infrastructure. It provides network, security, and risk management teams with a firm understanding of where security is working, where investment is needed, and where greatest cyber-attack risks lie. When organizations connect RedSeal data to Keylight applications, they can immediately report on potential threats, analyze best practices scans for pass/fail configuration findings, and build a robust library of devices.

Keylight's Security Manager application unifies security data from multiple sources to expose security threats throughout an organization. The application also records significant information about assets to create an auditable history. The joint solution makes it easier for companies to review and prioritize vulnerabilities, determining which should be addressed first, execute on the resolution to reduce overall risk, and develop actionable reports visible on customizable dashboards.

Connecting Keylight with other sources of security data enhances organizations' ability to manage security issues and risk. The additional context can spur rapid new insights and enable companies to more effectively investigate threats and incidents, while helping them track software and hardware assets throughout the IT environment.

"It's a pleasure to work with LockPath on solutions that will help secure organizations' sensitive data," said Brandon Hoffman, Sr. Director of Business Development at RedSeal. "The integration between RedSeal and LockPath will provide our clients with added visibility into critical security vulnerabilities to help companies respond quickly and effectively." The RedSeal integration is available now to Keylight cloud and on premise customers. More information on Keylight is available here: www.lockpath.com/products.

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About LockPath


LockPath is the developer of the Keylight software suite used by companies to manage their governance, risk management, compliance and security programs. LockPath provides the platform to efficiently manage and harvest meaningful data from GRC activities, including regulatory compliance, policy life cycle, information security risk data, incidents, disaster recovery plans, third-party assessments and internal audits. The Keylight solution helps organizations gain a deeper understanding of their security and risk positions while simplifying and removing cost from the audit process. The Keylight suite aligns people with their processes, integrates disparate governance, risk, compliance and security data and manages incidents to resolution. LockPath is headquartered in Kansas City.

About RedSeal Networks

RedSeal Networks is the leading provider of network infrastructure security management solutions that continuously provide network visualization and identify critical attack risk and non-compliance in complex security infrastructure. It provides network, security, and risk management teams with a firm understanding of where security is working, where investment is needed, and where greatest cyber attack risks lie. This understanding, or "security intelligence," enables organizations to allocate resources where needed most, embed best practice into daily operations, and take prioritized action where needed. The world's largest government and commercial organizations use RedSeal security intelligence to build world-class operations that systematically reduce attack risk over time. For more information, visit RedSeal at redsealnetworks.com.

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