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EiQ Networks Intros Vulnerability Management Service for SME Market

EiQ has Integrated Qualys' Award-Winning Qualys Vulnerability Management into its SOCVue Service Offering to Assess, Analyze, and Remediate Vulnerabilities

Boston, Mass., November 3, 2015 - EiQ Networks, a pioneer in hybrid SaaS security and continuous security intelligence solutions, today announced its SOCVue® Vulnerability Management service, which provides vulnerability assessment, analysis, and remediation guidance to small-to-mid-sized organizations (those with fewer than 5,000 employees) at a fraction of the cost of doing it themselves.

The new SOCVue® Vulnerability Management Service is a subscription service that combines people, process, and technology to deliver an effective vulnerability management program, including:

•   Fully Managed Vulnerability Assessment Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)  

•   Unlimited Scanning of Internal and External-facing IT Assets

•   Risk-based Vulnerability Prioritization and Remediation Guidance    

•   Risk Analysis Based on Threat Level and Business Priority

•   Compliance Reporting (including scan and assessment for PCI compliance)      

EiQ’s SOCVue Vulnerability Management service provides vulnerability assessment technology from Qualys, along with an extended security team to effectively analyze, prioritize, and track vulnerability remediation based on risk and impact. The service can save an IT team hundreds of hours every year, while providing the vulnerability management necessary to meet compliance mandates and reduce information security risk. This helps reduce customers’ attack surface, while saving time and reducing operational costs. In addition, the vulnerability assessment results can be integrated with EiQ’s SOCVue Security Monitoring service in order to correlate vulnerabilities with other security event data.

“Qualys provides best-of-breed vulnerability management software used by almost 8,000 organizations, including the largest companies in the world,” said Vijay Basani, Chairman, President, and CEO of EiQ Networks “EiQ’s Vulnerability Management service integrates this technology from Qualys with the SOCVue delivery platform and combines it with an experienced team of security analysts and industrial-strength security processes. For the first time, small-to-mid-sized companies can afford the same world-class technology used by the Fortune 500 while benefiting from a comprehensive, hybrid approach to vulnerability management.”

SOCVue® is the only subscription SaaS security offering that combines people, process, and technology to deliver an effective information security program, including:

·         Proactive and Continuous Critical Security Controls Auditing

·         Co-managed SIEM & Log Management

·         Continuous Vulnerability Management

·         24x7 Security Monitoring by Trained EiQ SOC Security Analysts

·         Incident Analysis, Notification, and Remediation Guidance

·         Compliance Reporting

About EiQ Networks

EiQ Networks, a pioneer in hybrid SaaS security and continuous security intelligence solutions and services, is transforming how organizations identify threats and vulnerabilities, mitigate risks, and enable compliance. EiQ offers SOCVue, a hybrid SaaS security offering, and provides 24x7 security operations to small-to-mid-sized organizations (fewer than 5,000 employees) that need to protect themselves against cyber attacks, but lack resources or on-staff expertise to implement an effective security program. The company also offers SecureVue®, a continuous security intelligence platform that helps organizations proactively detect incidents, implement security best practices, and receive timely and actionable intelligence along with remediation guidance. For more information, visit: http://www.eiqnetworks.com.

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