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Armis Acquires AI-based Vulnerability Detection Firm Silk Security

Armis, a leading cybersecurity company, has acquired Silk Security, an AI-powered vulnerability detection firm.

The acquisition comes when organizations grapple with a surge of security findings, with no scalable and automated way to prioritize and operationalize remediation.

Ineffective processes and inconsistent risk prioritization have resulted in costly and suboptimal remediation efforts, leaving security teams struggling to address the most critical vulnerabilities.

Armis to Address Full Exposure Management Lifecycle

Silk Security’s capabilities are set to be integrated into the Armis Centrix™ platform, marking a paradigm shift in how organizations approach risk resolution.

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The combined solution will offer a comprehensive approach to risk prioritization and resolution lifecycle management across code, infrastructure, cloud, and application findings.

Leveraging advanced AI technologies, Armis Centrix™ will enable advanced security and collaborative exposure management by identifying and consolidating security issues, communicating and ranking priorities, finding and assigning the right owners, and collaborating with developers and operations stakeholders to remediate and reduce risk effectively.

Outcomes and Proof Points

The impact of the Armis and Silk Security integration is already felt by organizations that have leveraged these capabilities.

Organizations have reported significantly reduced time spent identifying owners and assigning access, leading to more efficient risk assessment and remediation processes.

Through machine learning-powered deduplication, organizations have experienced a severe reduction in the volume of security findings, resulting in improved Mean Time to Remediation (MTTR).

The integrated solution has enabled organizations to close many findings, reducing overall threat debt and enhancing their security posture.

Armis’ acquisition of Silk Security marks a significant leap forward in exposure management.

By integrating Silk Security into the Armis Centrix™ platform, Armis continues to push the boundaries of security excellence, empowering organizations to stay ahead of emerging threats and confidently safeguard their digital footprint.

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Divya

Divya is a Senior Journalist at GBhackers covering Cyber Attacks, Threats, Breaches, Vulnerabilities and other happenings in the cyber world.

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