Qualys, Inc., a leader and pioneer in cloud-based solutions for compliance and security, has announced that its VMDR TruRisk, FixIT, and ProtectIT solutions are now available on AWS Marketplace, with pricing and packages specifically designed for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
AWS Marketplace is a digital catalog that offers a wide variety of software from independent vendors, making it easy to find, test, purchase, and deploy software running on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform. Qualys’ offering will enable SMBs to make the most of their cybersecurity resources, reducing risks across their infrastructure, and fueling the growth of their businesses.
This comprehensive package includes vulnerability protection, patch management, and endpoint detection and response (EDR) capabilities. This way, SMBs can access all three of Qualys’ renowned solutions through a single engine, simplifying their management and strengthening their cybersecurity.
- VMDR TruRisk: brings the power of the Qualys Cloud Platform and VMDR capabilities to small and medium-sized businesses. With VMDR TruRisk, smaller organizations can now access enterprise-level asset visibility, vulnerability management, risk assessment, and prioritized remediation workflows.
- VMDR TruRisk FixIT: provides all the benefits of VMDR TruRisk and Qualys Patch Management for risk-based detection and remediation. With VMDR TruRisk FixIT, companies can prioritize vulnerabilities and automate patching based on importance or criticality to their business.
- VMDR TruRisk ProtectIT: offers all the benefits of VMDR TruRisk FixIT plus additional machine learning-based anti-malware protection and enterprise-context threat protection through Qualys Multi-Vector EDR.
“Many smaller companies lack the budget and personnel to support an enterprise-level risk management program,” highlighted Pinkesh Shah, Chief Product Officer (CPO) of Qualys. “By partnering with AWS to offer Qualys TruRisk packages focused on small and medium businesses and corporations, we can help these companies access the security expertise they need to combat the growing risks of ransomware and comply with regulations such as PCI, HIPAA, GDPR, among many others.”