Mumbai based information technology (IT) services firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Tuesday said it has launched an automated vulnerability remediation (AVR) platform on a software as a service (SaaS) based model.
TCS said that the solution will help enterprises identify and prioritize vulnerabilities in their software libraries and fix issues.
The AVR would help enterprises build and execute a remediation approach across assets, common vulnerabilities and patching, along with setting tolerance levels, the company said in a BSE filing.
Additionally, TCS said the platform will help with inventory analysis, tracking SLAs (service level agreements), KPIs (key performance indicators), and mapping business processes.
“Customers embarking on a legacy modernization and cloud migration journey need to remediate pre-existing vulnerabilities and put in place processes and controls to mitigate new ones,” Santha Subramoni, global head, cyber security, TCS, said.
TCS said the platform has been built with a role-based access to C-suite and board level executives, who can use real time insights through dashboards and reports to review and fine tune risk strategies.
Based on SaaS, the platform is built on a plug-and-play API based architecture and asset inventory systems that can run both on the cloud or on-premise.