Cybersecurity Asset Management
Start with a single, comprehensive view of all devices and take automated action.
Security is all about IT assets. When companies are hacked, it is through their IT assets; their networks, hardware, and software are the points of entry for cyber attackers. Start with the basics. And this goes beyond those easily identifiable PC’s.
You can’t value what you can’t measure, and you can’t measure what you don’t know about. In the same vein, you can’t defend what you don’t know you have.
An enterprise is made up of desktop devices, servers, mobile devices, networks, possibly in different geographic locations operated by different people. Do you have an end-to-end view of your total IT asset management environment?
And do you have business processes in place that help you control what is on those devices and what levels of authority are permitted for different classes of users?
People keep asking the wrong questions about breaches. Let’s stop asking if they were compliant with ISO 27001 or PCI DSS regulation or whether their security team had CISSPs, It’s irrelevant!
As the number and types of assets increase exponentially, so do the tools we use to manage them. This leads to both fragmentation and the kind of problem we see today.
See All to Secure All.
See All to Secure All.
Axonius Cybersecurity Asset Management Platform
Axonius Uses Adapters to Connect to Existing Solutions
Integrating with Existing Management Solutions
From Visibility to Action
Plugins Leverage New Insights to Take Action
Active, Ongoing Device Discovery
Automatically detect new devices as they come online and understand the context and status of devices. Understand the difference between a laptop, production server, and IoT device.
Asset Inventory and Classification
Once we’re able to determine what a device is, we can then apply the appropriate rights and policies to ensure that the device has the right access to the right data.
Unmanaged Device Identification
We know which devices are being managed by our systems, but what about those that connect and have access, but aren’t managed? How can we manage the unknown without visibility?
Visibility for Patch Management
Patch management combines both knowledge and action to understand which devices are known and unknown, the version and vulnerabilities of software, and the impact of change.
Increased Security Solution Deployment
We’ve all invested heavily in security tools, but know some of our devices aren’t covered. Knowing what is unmanaged allows us to extend the reach of our security tools.