August 17, 2018

Qualys to offer vulnerability assessment platform for consultants and MSPs

The platform aims to provide customers with the ability to track results from multiple assessments and integrate security services in the product folio.

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Cloud-security company Qualys have announced that they will be offering a vulnerability assessment platform Qualys Consulting Edition for consultants and managed service providers (MSPs). By launching this platform, Qualys seeks to enable clients with the ability to track multiple activities, as well as provide them with a holistic solution to secure their cloud environments.

According to Qualys, consulting organizations and MSPs are interested in understanding factors that are critical to the success of their client’s cloud environment. They believe that this macro understanding will help them to provide better insights to clients when it comes to securing IT environments.

By launching Consulting Edition, Qualys claim that they will be able to provide exact details of multiple activities that assess vulnerabilities in the cloud. They further added that this platform will help users track several engagements at once without compromising on speed or performance.

Speaking about the launch, Philippe Courtot, Chairman and CEO, Qualys, commented:

Consultants, consulting organizations and managed service providers have been asking us to provide our unique cloud platform and integrated suite of applications in a way that helps them scale their services cost-effectively and provide their customers with a more comprehensive solution.

We are proud to bring such a groundbreaking offering to the market, as it brings consultants a modern cloud platform so they can better support clients across their new hybrid infrastructure and cloud applications.

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