Empower teams with the critical insight and context they need to accurately identify and prioritize the vulnerabilities that pose the greatest risk to their organization. Cybersixgill’s Dynamic Vulnerability Exploit (DVE) Intelligence is an end-to-end solution that spans the entire Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) lifecycle, streamlining vulnerability analysis, prioritization, management and remediation.
DVE combines automation, advanced analytics and rich vulnerability exploit intelligence to dramatically reduce the risk and cost of manual vulnerability management processes, often alerting to high-risk CVEs with imminent likelihood of exploitation well before the NVD has assigned it a CVSS score.
DVE provides a consolidated platform to enhance and refine the vulnerability assessment and prioritization processes with advanced precision, correlating asset exposure and vulnerability severity data with real-time vulnerability exploit intelligence to deliver value across the entire CVE lifecycle.
DVE intelligence does not rely on open source threat intelligence or NVD data. It is powered by the largest and most comprehensive collection of threat intelligence from the deep, dark and clear web, enriching each CVE with critical context and insight to generate the most accurate assessment of exploitation probability, urgency and impact.
DVE intelligence delivers the earliest warning and likelihood of a CVE being exploited over the next 90 days, hours after a CVE is first published. Unlike the NVD’s CVSS score, it is continuously updated to reflect the rapidly changing events in the cybercriminal underground.
DVE Intelligence supports all phases of the vulnerability exposure management lifecycle, automating critical processes to accelerate team efficiency and streamline vulnerability management end-to-end.
DVE intelligence can be consumed in the format our customers need: via API, our SaaS Investigative Portal or through intelligence feed.
Cybersixgill has often identified high-risk CVEs well before the NVD. The Log4j2 zero-day vulnerability is one such example. Read how we were tracking this vulnerability and it’s rapid escalation since it was discovered.
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