Syxsense Wins Cyber Defense Magazine’s 2023 Top InfoSec Innovator Award for Most Innovative Vulnerability Assessment, Remediation, and Management Solution

Company recognized for its powerful AI, Zero Trust, and Mobile Device Management features within its unified security and endpoint management solution, Syxsense Enterprise

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Syxsense, a global leader automated vulnerability and patch management, today announced that they have been named winners of Cyber Defense Magazine’s (CDM) 2023 Top InfoSec Innovator Awards. Syxsense Enterprise is recognized in the category of Most Innovative Vulnerability Assessment, Remediation, and Management solution.

This is CDM’s eleventh year honoring InfoSec innovators from around the globe. The award recognizes startups and early stage, later stage, or public companies in the Information Security space that bring a unique and compelling value proposition for their product or service.

“The dramatic increase in distributed workforces has made typical security protections and on-premise endpoint management obsolete. This is driving IT and security teams to deploy advanced, automated security and management solutions that can streamline the identification of security vulnerabilities, missing patches, software compliance issues — and then fix them,” said Ashley Leonard, Founder and CEO at Syxsense. “We’re thrilled with the continued recognition and validation our unified solutions have received from Cyber Defense Magazine and other award programs. As the IT landscape becomes more complex, we will continue to bring innovative features to market that deliver increased value, efficiency, and security to our customers.”

Syxsense is the first unified security and endpoint management platform that centralizes three key elements of security and management (vulnerabilities, patch, and compliance) and enables remediations — whether that is an update, a configuration change, or implementing additional security controls — from a single console. Syxsense underpins this platform with a powerful automation and orchestration engine, Syxsense Cortex™. With a drag-and-drop user interface, no coding expertise is needed, and Syxsense customers can use Cortex to automate and orchestrate finding, prioritizing, and remediating security weaknesses at the click of a button.

Additionally, Syxsense has several new features designed to streamline IT and security operations. Cortex Sequences, an enhancement to Syxsense Cortex, amplifies the power of automation by enabling teams to chain together multiple playbooks. This further enables Syxsense customers to have intelligent endpoints, dramatically simplifying endpoint management and security. And the Zero Trust module within Syxsense Enterprise enables enterprises to conduct device attestation for endpoints via a trust evaluation engine. It offers visibility and control over a wide range of security policies and enables security teams to build trusted profiles, continuously vet an end user device against that profile, enable remediation should a device be deemed outside of policy, and limit access if a remediation does not work — all ensuring compliance with zero trust initiatives.

“We scoured the globe looking for cybersecurity innovators that could make a huge difference and potentially help turn the tide against the exponential growth in cyber-crime. Syxsense is worthy of being named a winner in these coveted awards and consideration for deployment in your environment,” said Yan Ross, Editor of Cyber Defense Magazine.

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