IONIX Helps Security Teams Accelerate Response to Zero-Day Exploits with Latest Capability

IONIX is adding a force multiplier to its Attack Surface Management (ASM) platform, introducing a centralized Threat Center to accelerate security teams’ response to newly disclosed zero-days.

According to the company, IONIX Threat Center delivers up-to-the-minute detailed insights into exposures posed by the latest zero-day vulnerabilities, identifying specific assets that are exposed or potentially exposed to the zero-day exploit along with alerting customers and highlighting suggested remediation actions.

With this information, IONIX customers can respond up to three times faster to zero-day threats.

IONIX Threat Center works alongside the company’s recently announced integration of Exposure Validation capabilities.

In response to new zero-days that are exploited in the wild, the IONIX Threat Lab research team performs non-intrusive exploit simulations on each customer's unique environment to identify and validate exploitable (and potentially exploitable) assets.

The validated findings are presented in the IONIX Threat Center so customers have focused visibility into their zero-day exposures and one-click access to the necessary remediation action items.

“It’s commonly assumed that only two percent of zero-day vulnerabilities are actively exploited. Getting to that two percent and helping customers identify the assets with exploitable risks—that’s where the focus of cybersecurity teams should be,” said Marc Gaffan, CEO of IONIX. “With the new Threat Center, IONIX brings clarity to the real impact of zero-day exploits—helping our customers easily identify and fix their important and exploitable assets, urgently.”

Key functions of the IONIX Threat Center include:

  • Zero-Day Threat Identification and Response: Rapidly detects new vulnerabilities exploited in the wild, which are relevant to customers' technology stacks.
  • Actionable Remediation: Presents findings in an accessible format in the IONIX customer portal, complete with validated exploitability and recommended remediation actions.
  • Proactive Communication: To ensure transparency and awareness by communicating even when no exploitable instances of a zero-day are found, reinforcing the thoroughness and reliability of IONIX testing procedures.

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