Identify every vulnerability in your network in 30 seconds. Without an agent.
Surface every vulnerability in less than a minute.
Understand where a breach is likely to occur, the probability it will occur, and how severe it will be — without an agent.
All your Azure data. All in one place.
Within 30 seconds of logging into Remotely, we'll show you all of the real-time data points below. Allowing you to instantly understand your security posture and easily prioritize your vulnerabilities.
Your Microsoft Secure Score helps to protect your organization from threats and is a measurement provided by Microsoft. A higher number indicates that more security and practices and policies are in place, therefor reducing the security risk for a company.
Click into the Secure Score on the Remotely dashboard for a break-down of your Secure Score across your organization's Identities, Devices and Apps.
Your Exposure Score reflects how vulnerable your organization is to cybersecurity threats — the lower the score, the less vulnerable your devices.
With one click, Remotely will show you:
- The type of breach your organization is exposed to
- The severity of that breach, should it occur
- The probability the breach will occur
Endpoint Manager Compliance checks the devices on your network against your Endpoint Manager Baseline to determine if they meet your compliance standards or not. In Remotely, you have complete visibility into how many devices on your network are compliant — and how many aren't.
Stop overpaying for licenses you don't need, or underusing licenses you're already paying for.
Remotely shows you:
- The current number of Azure Managed Licenses, including those that are ordered or registered through marketplaces like Azure Marketplace
- Your number of Azure licenses that have been assigned
- Your number of unassigned Azure licenses
A critical datapoint in maintaining the security
posture of a company is ensuring appropriate
patch management and update policies are in
place and adhered to. Microsoft enables this
functionality though Microsoft Endpoint
Manager with a feature called Update Rings.
It's vital for organizations to know which devices are behind on updates, and therefor more susceptible to unique bugs and vulnerabilities. With Remotely, you have real-time visibility into your org's update cadence policy, and posture and what's falling behind.
Endpoint Manager Discovered Apps in Remotely not only shows you a complete inventory of the apps on your network's devices, but also who owns them.
Because we're agentless, Remotely inherits the organizational and group structure out of Azure Active Directory, allowing us to fully map your Endpoint Manager Discovered apps to their owners and for you to easily drill down into the data.
It's almost impossible to manually keep track of every single NIST CVE and determine how they may affect your organization. With Remotely, you can see in real-time the percentage of installed software on your network with and without vulnerabilities.
Click into the Remotely M365 Defender software Inventory and Weaknesses modules to drill down into:
- M65 Defender Software Inventory
- Exposed Weaknesses and Device Count
- Which users have the susceptible apps on their devices
- Vulnerability/CVE alert name
- Affected product
- Product Vendor
- Product Version
- Weakness Severity
- Recommendations for fixes
Ya, we hear that a lot.
Saying we can identify every vulnerability in your network is a bold claim. But we can.
This is how we do it.
We get a ton of information on each and every machine that has presented itself on your network for authentication. The age, location, application inventory, update and patching policies, and compliance status are instantly illuminated.
We take all that app data and check it against the NIST CVE database before posting the data to reveal the scope, severity and probability of a cyber incident.
We then pull every MS Defender App with vulnerabilities seen on every machine that presents its manifest upon domain login. We do the same song and dance with the NIST and MITRE databases before posting the data again.
And that's how it's done.