The Everywhere Workplace and the importance of securing it
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The Covid has made the Everywhere Workplace more necessary than ever, therefore, companies demand solutions capable of reinforcing the level of cybersecurity, as well as obtaining secure digital experiences adapted to the context of the employees.
In this way, Ivanti has announced the launch of three new integrated solutions: Ivanti Neurons Patch for MEM, Ivanti Neurons for Risk-Based Vulnerability Management, and the Digital Experience Score capability, integrated into Ivanti Neurons Workspace.
With these releases, the company continues its mission to enable and secure the Everywhere Workplace, helping companies manage, automate and prioritize cybersecurity, offering safe and effective employee experiences.
“I am proud to introduce these new solutions, which dramatically improve our security and create richer digital experiences for both IT teams and employees,” said Nayaki Nayyar, President and Chief Product Officer of Ivanti. ”
Secure Everywhere Workplace with Ivanti
Ivanti Neurons enables enterprises to autonomously self-heal and self-protect both devices and users. In addition, the company releases updates to its platform on a quarterly basis, which contribute to the rapid and secure adoption of Everywhere Workplace in the business environment. These are some of its latest innovations:
- Ivanti Neurons Patch for MEM (Microsoft Endpoint Manager). This solution enables enterprises to align with Microsoft’s ‘modern’ management vision by extending existing Intune applications to include third-party update capabilities, without the need to add any additional infrastructure. Ivanti Neurons Patch for MEM also delivers actionable threat intelligence, enabling IT managers to prioritize and remediate the vulnerabilities that pose the greatest risk to their business. According to a recent Ivanti study, 71% of IT professionals find patching too complex, and 53% agree that organizing and prioritizing critical vulnerabilities takes up most of their time. Ivanti Neurons Patch for MEM provides information on patch reliability, allowing users to assess application updates based on their reliability prior to deployment, thus avoiding failed update rollouts.
Ivanti consolidates its mission to make the Everywhere Workplace possible, in the safest and most efficient way
- Ivanti Neurons for Risk-Based Vulnerability Management (RBVM). This solution helps companies measure, prioritize and control their cybersecurity risk, in order to improve their protection against ransomware and other dynamic cyberthreats. This is a critical factor as ransomware groups are becoming more numerous and sophisticated. In 2021 and relative to 2020, the Ransomware Spotlight Year End Report revealed a 29% increase in CVEs (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) associated with ransomware, and a 26% increase in ransomware families. Ivanti’s Vulnerability Risk Rating (VRR) measures the risk of vulnerability, allowing companies to prioritize their actions based on risk. For its part, automation increases the efficiency and effectiveness of vulnerability management processes. In addition, role-based access control (RBAC) along with the information available, both in generated and customizable views, enable better communication and collaboration between cybersecurity stakeholders.
- Digital Experience Score (integrated in Ivanti Neurons Workspace). Increasingly, IT teams have to take responsibility for delivering great digital experiences, which positively impact productivity, talent acquisition and retention, security, and operational agility. Still, many IT teams struggle to effectively quantify and optimize employee experiences. Digital Experience Score provides a real-time, 360º view of the devices, operating systems, networks and applications used by employees in the Everywhere Workplace. Proactively monitor and effectively measure the impact of the overall employee experience by individual, division, and department. As a consequence, and immediately, companies stop using the incident (or ticket) count as the only indicator of the experience of their employees, since the closing of incidents does not reflect on its own the agreement on the level of service ( SLA). What’s more, companies need to quantify the effectiveness of IT and digital experiences (XLA), and look for new ways to improve them.