Ivanti’s Releases May Ease Security Issues for Remote Workers

Ivanti Releases to Secure Workplace

Ivanti’s Releases Secure Work

Tech security platform Ivanti has releases three updates to their platform set up to help both businesses and employees secure their devices during on-going remote work situations. The Ivanti Neurons Patch for MEM (Microsoft Endpoint Manager), Ivanti Neurons for Risk-Based Vulnerability Management, and the Digital Experience Score tool within Ivanti’s Neurons Workspace have all been updated. The updates should help businesses manage and automate cybersecurity issues while also delivering secure and productive employee experiences.

The Neurons Patch is for those using Microsoft Endpoint Manager and helps to extend Intune implementations, including many third-party apps. The Risk-Based Vulnerabilty updated is set up to help businesses measure and prioritize cybersecurity, including those solutions set up to protect against ransomware, a growing problem in most digital circles. Finally, the Digital Experience Score is set up to be more engaging for employees and to help to increase productivity.

Ivanti’s Releases Enhance Worker Experience

“I’m excited to unveil these new solutions, which massively enhance our security stack and create richer digital experiences for both IT teams and employees,” said Nayaki Nayyar, President and Chief Product Officer, Ivanti. ”These products feature advanced AI capabilities and push the boundaries of innovation, while addressing the top challenges facing organizations around the world. With these solutions, customers can augment theri IT and security operations with contextual insights and intelligent automation, and proactively provide better digital experiences and business outcomes.”

More about Ivanti’s new releases can be accessed here.



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