NopSec, a provider of vulnerability risk management and remediation solutions, has announced the latest version of its Unified VRM platform to help security professionals rapidly reduce remediation time through enhanced workflow automation and risk reporting.

With Unified VRM, comprehensive task management and workflow automation updates allow users to automatically assign ownership for vulnerability tickets based on asset tags. In addition, the platform powers improved collaboration and best practice sharing among remediation teams via a remediation-aiding search engine and crowd-sourced remediation advice tool.

The platform now integrates with Microsoft's Systems Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to further automate the patch management process for Windows vulnerabilities. In addition, automated executive-level reports on scanning and remediation trends help CISOs zero in on and prioritize top threats to accelerate the remediation process. Making security data easier to digest is critical; organizations need ready access to a comprehensive, visual report that includes scanning information and remediation patterns.

NopSec continues to grow its technology network, adding important integrations in the latest version of Unified VRM. The platform now integrates directly with ServiceNow and Jira for automatic, bi-directional ticket and task management, supporting significant collaboration and productivity enhancements across security and IT teams. Improvements to the Qualys integration now allows for automatic imports of asset tags that provide richer context and enable better prioritization of vulnerabilities.