Remediation efforts should be prioritized based on the severity and potential impact of vulnerabilities, ensuring that critical issues are addressed promptly. By implementing a comprehensive vulnerability management program that covers the entire lifecycle, from code to cloud, organizations can minimize risk, enhance their security posture, and safeguard their digital assets effectively.
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“Opus has set our company’s foundations for cross-organizational security efforts. The platform has helped me bring everyone I needed to the table, removing organizational friction and blind spots while ensuring that all teams have what they need to excel. With engineering and security teams aligned and collaborating, our remediation process took 10 leaps forward.
CISO, Mid-Size Fintech Company
“With a growing number of findings across disparate environments and a large number of teams, our engineers were drowning in issues without a clear strategy to resolve them. Opus blocks out the noise by fixing what matters using less time, resources and energy and making the process more efficient.”
Director of Cloud Security, Fortune 500 Technology Company
״Organizations should not have to prioritize security over business continuity, and already strained SecOps teams are ill-equipped to handle the nuanced decisions demanded of them. Opus’ founders have built a platform that cloud-native security leadership demands - maximizing cloud security automation while retaining and enhancing business benefits״
Dan Plastina, Former VP & Head of Security Services at AWS
״The shift-left trend has necessitated a revised approach to remediation. Organizations need to bridge skill and resource gaps and create an orchestrated, automated alignment process across all teams. Traditional manual tasks and friction between teams result in heightened risk and jeopardize business continuity.״
Gerhard Eschelbeck, CSO at Aurora and Former CISO at Google.