Back in the 1990s, visibility and security were much easier. In the workplace, users connected their laptops and desktops to a network through a cable. Asset inventory was as simple as walking from cubicle to cubicle or entering specs into a spreadsheet. And then, of course, things became much more difficult.
Despite the amazing innovations in cybersecurity - from big data to artificial intelligence, machine learning to automation - companies today struggle to answer the questions: How many assets do I have? And are they secure?
BYOD, cloud technology, virtualization and IoT gained popularity as mobile devices became more widely used. However, these tools and trends have resulted in data fragmentation. This makes it incredibly difficult and cumbersome for IT and security teams to understand what is present in their environments, and whether their assets are secure.
Axonius provides organizations with a single view into all assets by connecting with their environments’ different security and management solutions. A recent addition to the Carbon Black Integration Network, Axonius integrates with Cb Response, Cb Protection and Cb Defense to offer customers access to Carbon Black’s cybersecurity and remediation tools directly through Axonius’ asset-management platform.
Axonius is a cybersecurity asset-management platform that integrates with over 50 security and management solutions to collect and correlate device information, resulting in a single view of all assets. This provides customers with answers to questions such as:
Asset information collected by the platform can be turned into queries, and any query can trigger an alert.
Below you’ll find a 3-minute tutorial about how to utilize Carbon Black products through the Axonius platform:
Customers using Cb Defense, Cb Protection, and Cb Response can use this joint solution to:
Carbon Black customers can sign up for a 30-minute demo of the Axonius platform today.
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