Ordr, a leader in connected device security, has announced its integration with ServiceNow Vulnerability Response, expanding its existing integrations with ServiceNow's Service Graph Connector, CMDB, and ITSM. This integration enhances Ordr's insights into all connected devices, enabling more efficient vulnerability management for IoT, IoMT, and OT devices.
The integration extends Ordr's device vulnerability and risk insights into ServiceNow Vulnerability Response, creating a comprehensive solution for managing device security. It helps bridge visibility gaps in vulnerability management for all managed and unmanaged devices, including IoT, IoMT, and OT devices. It provides a centralized view of vulnerabilities and accelerates vulnerability management tasks.
Integrating Ordr with ServiceNow Vulnerability Response enables customers to:
Closing visibility gaps for vulnerabilities and risks
Maintaining a centralized and comprehensive view of all device vulnerabilities and risk
Accelerating vulnerability management duties and reducing risk
Tracking vulnerability management efforts
Ordr's integration with ServiceNow addresses the need for managing devices not covered by traditional scanning or agent-based solutions, ensuring a more comprehensive and accurate assessment of device vulnerabilities and risks. Its integration with ServiceNow Vulnerability Response is available in the ServiceNow Store and enables organizations to leverage Ordr's device insights seamlessly with ServiceNow's capabilities to enhance their digital security posture.
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Senior Vice President of Global Partnerships at ServiceNow, Erica Volini, stated,
Partnerships succeed best when we lean into our unique skills and expertise and have a clear view into the problem we’re trying to solve. Ordr’s integration extends our reach well beyond where we can go alone, and represents the legacy and goals of the Now Platform. I am thrilled to see the continued innovation we will achieve together to help organizations succeed in the era of digital business.
[Source: Cision PR Newswire]
Ordr simplifies the task of safeguarding all connected devices, encompassing traditional IT devices as well as newer, more susceptible entities like IoT, IoMT, and OT. The Ordr Systems Control Engine employs deep packet inspection and advanced machine learning to achieve comprehensive device discovery, risk profiling, behavior analysis, communication mapping, and automated policy-based protection. Globally recognized, organizations rely on Ordr to provide real-time asset inventory, address risk and compliance concerns, and expedite IT initiatives.