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StillSecure Releases VAM v5.5

StillSecure announced VAM v5.5, the newest version of StillSecure's vulnerability management platform

SUPERIOR, Colo. -- StillSecure®, provider of an award- winning, integrated suite of enterprise network security solutions, today announced VAM™ v5.5, the newest version of StillSecure’s vulnerability management platform. v5.5 features a dramatic increase in the number of users, devices, and scans that VAM can manage concurrently. Network administrators can now scan up to a million devices and track up to a billion vulnerabilities, which increases efficiencies and decreases the time it takes to manage vulnerabilities in large enterprise environments.

In addition, VAM v5.5 contains much faster scanning and data management capabilities. Overall scanning speeds have increased by up to 400 percent, while importing and viewing new scan data is up to 200 times faster. The increased speeds streamline security administration, especially for customers with a distributed architecture including VAM Central Servers (CSs) and Distributed Scanners (DSs).

“Because of the massive number of vulnerabilities affecting all kinds of devices, it’s nearly impossible to manage the remediation process without a robust system that helps fix holes in a timely manner,” said Joe Adams, Director of IT at Nuclear Fuels. “With all of the advanced back-end functionality that has been added to VAM v5.5, it takes only a fraction of the time it used to take to scan devices and determine the highest priority action items.”

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