Cosmos Bank Selects ESOF from TAC Security for Next Generation Risk and Vulnerability Management – ThePrint
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Pune (Maharashtra) [India]May 14 (BusinessWire India): TAC Security, the global leader in risk and vulnerability management, announced today that ESOF has been selected by Cosmos Bank as the vulnerability management solution for all of its IT stacks.
Cosmos Bank, one of the largest credit unions in India, will use the ESOF Vulnerability Management Platform to manage corporate security in a framework.
The ESOF Score from TAC Security helps the organization to measure the risk of the assets with the help of artificial intelligence. It also enables you to reduce cyber risk in real time and at the same time measure the security situation based on the historical trend.
ESOF combines traditional vulnerability assessment data with real-time risk data from a wide variety of sources to provide security teams with a place where they can see and understand their risk situation. With a single risk assessment for the company and a detailed insight into the risks by business area, security officers can efficiently communicate with ESOF, set priorities and take measures to improve their security situation.
“We are excited to partner with Cosmos Bank as the leader and one of the largest credit unions in the country,” said Trishneet Arora, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of TAC Security. “ESOF VMP will automate the entire vulnerability management cycle, significantly accelerating the risk response and helping to measure and prioritize the risk-based vulnerability.”
“When evaluating various solutions, the decision in favor of the ESOF from TAC Security was based on five clear criteria: risk management, cyber score, scalability, user friendliness and overall cost efficiency. TAC Security met our requirements uncompromisingly and gave us a reliable, centralized solution to protect our critical assets across the entire IT stack, ”said Arti Dhole, CIO Cosmos Bank.
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