Today, endpoint security solution provider Carbon Black announced the release of a new security operations and visibility product: Cb LiveOps.
Cb LiveOps is built off Carbon Black’s Predictive Security Cloud platform to extend osquery—an open source endpoint visibility tool created by Facebook—through the enterprise network. Enterprises can use osquery to take remediation actions in real time, ask security questions of all endpoints, and streamline operational reporting. Cb LiveOps is designed to facilitate security investigations, remote remediation from the cloud, and on-demand vulnerability assessments, according to a press release by Carbon Black.
In a statement, Ryan Polk, Chief Product Officer at Carbon Black, said: “By leveraging and extending osquery, the Facebook open source tool used by hundreds of the world’s largest enterprises, we are delivering a complete security platform that combines advanced prevention, detection, response, and operations delivered from the same agent, same login screen, and same UI as all other Carbon Black offerings on the PSC.”
Endpoint visibility is an essential component to the modern IT security perimeter; the average enterprise’s network connects to thousands of endpoints every day, especially with the advent of bring-your-own-device culture in U.S. enterprises. Further, cloud adoption is changing the demands on endpoint security solutions, including their deployment and detection capabilities.
You can read more about the Carbon Black Cb LiveOps product release and capabilities here.
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