asvin impresses at Hannover Messe and RSA Conference with effective solutions for complex cyber security challenges
The asvin topic of context-based risk analysis opens up new scope for action for OT managers. Cyber threats on the increasingly vulnerable supply chain are no longer all on the list as “immediate and indispensable”, but can be prioritized according to criticality. As a result, costs stay within budget and staff deployment can be better planned. At Hannover Messe 2023, context-based risk analysis and prioritization in threat management therefore ensured intensive consultations with trade visitors. Currently, CEO Mirko Ross and CTO Rohit Bohara are presenting asvin’s OT cybersecurity products at the RSA Conference (24-27 April) in San Francisco. Their interim conclusion: “Great interest and intensive exchange regarding the use of the solutions!”
What makes an impression about the asvin software is the immediately obvious benefit of fast and clear impact assessment. The software ensures that it does not remain with a mere list of vulnerabilities, which, for example, asset management software provides for OT environments. Rather, OT security managers can now use “Eagle Eye” to see directly which of the detected vulnerabilities are business-critical or become dangerous for employees – and must be patched first. This means that software supply chains in OT environments can be cleverly secured despite the threat situation and shortage of specialists. The pressure to act can be cushioned, options for action can be expanded.
For more information on the asvin concept of context-based risk analysis, please see our HM23 press release of April 11 and our website.
About asvin: asvin GmbH, based in Stuttgart, Germany, currently has 22 employees. We develop solutions for software supply chain security. Our unique selling point is context-based risk analysis. This enables CISOs to identify business-critical vulnerabilities on devices or segments in OT environments and prioritize protective measures. This not only saves effort and costs. Companies receive real-time status data for their cybersecurity management and can act quickly and effectively – both in the event of damage, but above all proactively and with foresight.
Contact for the press:
Konrad Buck, asvin GmbH