Maximising the value from your security spend
Let’s face it, for the most-part security tools are just plain expensive, and they are often laborious and time-consuming to implement (requiring agents to be installed everywhere, and then extensive configuration to get any sensible results). So actually, getting some quick, tangible value from them can often feel like squeezing blood from a stone.
On top of this, there is also a bit of a tendency for products to try to be a universal panacea, and to incorporate a broad range of functionality into a single offering. For example, how many times have you heard a vendor claim to offer a “single pane of glass” solution? The reality is that you will likely end up with the same functionality in several, overlapping tools. But that’s ok, because everyone likes to be charged double to get what they want, right?
When we were designing scarlet, we sought to get away from all of that, and build a product that offered instant value:
Deploying scarlet is fast! There are no agents to install, and only minimal configuration to enter. The typical customer has their first integrations running, and delivering value in under 10 minutes;
scarlet does one thing, and it does it really well: External Attack Surface Management (EASM). The functionality doesn’t overlap any of your existing ticketing, SIEM/SOAR and VM platforms, so you won’t be spending double. Instead, we integrate directly with your existing tools, and enhance the accuracy and richness of the data they contain. And even better, there is nothing new for your team to learn. Incident Response will be faster and easier when the historical asset data is at your SOC’s fingertips. Vulnerability Management will be more thorough and cost-effective when it is working with an asset list that isn’t out of date and incomplete.
But don’t take our word for it, why not just give it a try? There’s a free, unrestricted trial available, and you only need an email address to register. You could literally be up and running, and seeing the value in ten minutes.