New Relic Vulnerability Management Launched
May 25, 2022
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New Relic introduced New Relic Vulnerability Management to help organizations find and address security risks faster and with greater precision.

With this launch, every engineer in the software team, including security engineering teams, can use New Relic as the default platform to aggregate native and third party security signals in context of the entire software stack for a comprehensive approach to security and risk management. Engineering teams will be able to manage security risk at scale and accelerate secure software delivery and operation. The new vulnerability management capabilities will be available free-of-charge for every full platform user with the Data Plus SKU, delivering more value to every existing New Relic customer.

New Relic collects performance signals from multiple sources to provide complete visibility across the stack. New Relic Vulnerability Management extends its open ecosystem approach, allowing customers to easily aggregate native vulnerability detection and existing security data from the security solutions they already use. As a result, engineering teams like DevOps, SecOps, NetOps, and SRE will have total visibility of all of the vulnerabilities in their software stack in a matter of minutes, so they can collectively understand and close security gaps, and ultimately protect their customers’ data.

"Minimizing security risk across the entire software development life cycle is imperative—and we are seeing more pressure on DevOps to manage risk while making sure it doesn’t become a blocker to the pace of innovation,” said New Relic CEO Bill Staples. “New Relic Vulnerability Management delivers more value to engineers harnessing the power of observability with our platform approach, and accelerates our mission to help every engineer do their best work with data, not opinions.”

By mapping and correlating technical components, engineers can contextualize many security signals in one place to monitor, debug, and secure the entire software stack and reduce overall risk more effectively.

New Relic Vulnerability Management also helps engineering teams:

- Seamlessly integrate third party security tools with native vulnerability detection for unified security in context.

- Break down silos and create a deeper understanding of security across organizations with strongly opinionated KPIs.

- Prioritize security risk with entity correlation and topological analysis within the curated New Relic product experience.

- Identify actions to remediate risk, integrate directly into ticketing systems, and provide an audit trail of decisions and actions to integrate security workflows throughout the SDLC.

- Unite and address vulnerabilities during development as well as in pre-production and production environments.

New Relic Vulnerability Management is currently available in limited preview across all regions as part of the New Relic platform, with general availability coming later this year.

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