NopSec was among the select companies that Forrester invited to participate in The Forrester Wave™: Vulnerability Risk Management, Q1 2018. In this evaluation, NopSec was cited as a Leader in Vulnerability Risk Management. In this evaluation, NopSec received the top ranking in the Solution Usage criterion, and the highest score possible in the Market Approach criterion.
According to the report, “NopSec is a strategic choice for expanding VRM capabilities. NopSec has an excellent understanding of the market and differentiates by offering its VRM capabilities, with or without its native scanning functionality, at compelling price points to provide value to any VRM implementation. (“The Forrester Wave™: Vulnerability Risk Management, Q1 2018,” Forrester Research, Inc., March, 2018)
NopSec’s SaaS platform, Unified VRM received the highest score in the criterion of Solution Usage, which was evaluated based on the subcriteria of solution effectiveness, time to deploy, and total cost of ownership. In the evaluation of Risk Exposure, Forrester’s scorecard identified that Unified VRM supports high levels of functionality, is suited to large and complex environments, and has an intuitive user interface. It was also noted that multiple customer references gave positive feedback on the product.
“NopSec has emerged from an innovator to an industry leader by delivering high value security solution to help organization close the window of threats and vulnerabilities. We have been proud of our innovation pipeline fueled by deep cyber research and offensive security talents, and data science innovation,” says Lisa Xu, NopSec CEO. “I believe that this recognition validates our commitment to providing enterprise-grade cybersecurity solutions, enables organizations to proactively manage threat exposures, prioritize remediation focus, and automate workflow and compensating counter defense.”
NopSec was one of twelve companies evaluated in the Forrester Wave on Vulnerability Risk Management. The report evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of top vulnerability management vendors against 22 criteria grouped into three high-level areas: current offering, strategy and market presence.