Epiphany Delivers Essential Vulnerability Context with New ‘Decision Intelligence Center’ Feature
The Decision Intelligence Center enables security teams to understand the context and impact of their exposure and take immediate action to prevent material impact
New York, NY (PRUnderground) August 11th, 2022
Epiphany Systems, the Exposure Management company, rolled out the new “Decision Intelligence Center” feature. This new capability of the Epiphany Intelligence Platform provides valuable insight and enables customers to more efficiently and effectively address vulnerabilities in their environment.
The traditional approach to vulnerability management results in information overload and overwhelming manual effort for security analysts. Vulnerabilities are identified and shared along with basic details, but information crucial for effective prioritization and decision-making is missing. Security teams are forced to invest time and effort to research and interpret the potential effects of the vulnerability and its impact on their security posture.
The Decision Intelligence Center provides the full context and potential impact of vulnerabilities in the environment to empower security teams to efficiently prioritize and effectively address issues to minimize exposure. The Decision Intelligence Center enables organizations to understand why a given vulnerability matters in their environment at a given moment. It addresses crucial questions like whether the vulnerability is being actively targeted by threat actors, or whether there is an attack path that could allow a threat actor to compromise a critical system.
“Epiphany is focused on identifying all attack paths in an environment and providing customers with the insight and guidance to prioritize the attack paths with the greatest potential for material impact,” explained Rob Bathurst, co-founder and CTO of Epiphany Systems. “Organizations need to shift the way they think about security. Rather than answering ‘Are we vulnerable to this?’ they need to understand ‘Is this exploitable and what would the impact be?’. That is what we are solving with the Decision Intelligence Center.”
This new capability provides security teams with crucial insight to understand everything they need to know about a vulnerability to make effective decisions and take action. Delivering all necessary context in one place to help security teams know if a vulnerability is exploitable, if it is being actively targeted, how many affected devices are part of attack paths, CVSS scores, what Epiphany thinks of the vulnerability, and other details gives security teams the information they need to effectively allocate resources and address the issues that matter most.
“The attack surface is increasingly complex, and the threat landscape continues to expand. Security teams are stretched thin and need actionable intelligence that helps them manage their exposure efficiently,” said Dan Singer, co-founder and CEO of Epiphany Systems. “We are giving customers the full context of not only the adversary’s view and how exploitable a given vulnerability could be in terms of causing an impact, but also the business perspective of why they should care about a specific vulnerability on a given system. Why should they care about that one vulnerability on that one system?”
The Decision Intelligence Center capability is available now for Epiphany Intelligence Platform customers. Visit our website to learn more about the Epiphany Intelligence Platform and how the Decision Intelligence Center can help you implement an effective continuous threat exposure management program.
About Epiphany Systems
Epiphany Systems is the Exposure Management company, enabling customers to minimize exposure to material risk. The Epiphany Intelligence Platform harnesses the power of existing infrastructure and security tools to automatically and continuously determine the most likely attack paths and provide the context and clarity to proactively defend against the most critical threats to an organization. Epiphany helps customers know the possible, detect the exploitable, prioritize the exposure, and prevent the material impact.