Top 8 Vulnerability Management Tools
Tenable NessusRapid7 InsightVMQualys VMTenable SCSkybox Security SuiteAcunetix Vulnerability ScannerTenable.io Vulnerability ManagementRapid7 Metasploit
The reports are pretty nice and easy to understand.
Out of the box, the product works well for us, so it's not a tool that we need to customize very much.
I have been in contact with technical support and they are not bad.
When you connect any new device to the network, Rapid7 has the ability to detect the new device immediately. It can scan that device to detect if it has any vulnerability. It tells you what is vulnerable and what has been misconfigured. It also tells you what is the risk of that misconfiguration or lack of patches and how to resolve the problem.
The prioritization feature is great. I think it has all of the advanced features that we need.
I like Qualys because it is a very complete product, more so than Tenable.
Tenable SC is good for reporting and alerting. The filtering feature is also very valuable. Its integration with multiple vendors is quite good. It can be integrated with SIEM solutions and PAM solutions such as Thycotic, which is very helpful.
Skybox deployment is simple, and it's very useful.
It's very supportive and very user-friendly.
Overall, it's a very good tool and a very good engine.
Acunetix has an awesome crawler. It gives a referral site map of near targets and also goes really deep to find all the inputs without issues. This was valuable because it helped me find some files or directories, like web admin panels without authentication, which were hidden.
They are on a good trajectory as a company and investing in R&D in the right ways.
The initial setup is very straightforward.
All of the features are great.
The reporting on the solution is good.
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Ludwing CaviedesVP Innovation and Development at Coinsa SAS
I'm a VP Innovation and Development at a small Tech Services company. Is it possible that a single vulnerability analysis software does not detect the entire spectrum of threats?
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Is continuous vulnerability scanning necessary? Are there other approaches to vulnerability management that do not involve continuous scanning?