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Thousands of vulnerabilities are identified every year, and the exploitation of zero-day vulnerabilities has soared, leaving organizations even less time to respond to critical issues. Flashpoint has spent years tracking zero-days and exploit developments, and with vulnerability intelligence that goes beyond CVEs, your security teams can prioritize and remediate what really matters.
Organizations heavily relying on CVE/NVD are operating on roughly 66% visibility. Security teams need more comprehensive, detailed intelligence that can contextualize risk to their assets.
Identify and remediate vulnerabilities effectively
Remediate based on actual risk using Flashpoint’s comprehensive vulnerability database, which fully maps to CVE/NVD, while also providing actionable details on a significant amount of issues that CVE/NVD fails to report.
Develop a complete understanding of vulnerabilities
Get access to rich metadata, including exploit details, attack vectors, and solution information, if known. Cross-reference data with threat actor chatter in illicit online communities to further contextualize risk.
Act on insights from peers and industry experts
Collaborate with leading experts and receive support in FPCollab, an information-sharing group for Flashpoint analysts and customers. Become aware of exploits before the public source and take action in a more timely manner.
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Flashpoint offerings for Vulnerability Management
Access finished intelligence reports, data from illicit forums, marketplaces, chat services, blogs, card shops, and vulnerabilities, in a single platform.
Secure your organization and applications with the most comprehensive, detailed and timely source of vulnerability intelligence and third-party library monitoring.
Accelerate repeatable security-related processes via low-code automation to help detect, analyze, and remediate risk faster.
“We knew we had a gap, we were investing a lot of time. We wanted to devote our scarce resources in actually doing something instead of just rating CVSS scores for vulnerabilities.”-Stéphane Grundschober
Vulnerability Manager at Swisscom