Multipoint Group to promote Vicariusto’s vulnerability remediation solutions

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Multipoint Group announced the signing of a distribution agreement with Vicariusto to promote its vulnerability remediation solutions across Europe and the Middle East through its established channels and regional offices in UAE, Greece, Israel, Romania, and Serbia.

“With Vicarius in our portfolio, we strengthen our Vulnerability Management offering with an innovative solution. It will empower our customers’ ability to reduce vulnerability exposure levels efficiently,” said Vishal Bhatia, Manager – Business Operations MEA, Multipoint Group.

Vicarius’s Topia is a consolidated vulnerability management solution that analyzes, prioritizes, and remediates threats before they’re exploited. It keeps a real-time inventory of organizational assets and uses contextual parameters to determine overall risk severity. Automated patching and patchless protection equip security teams with powerful tools to reduce the risk in their environment.

“We are thrilled to partner with a strong and established presence in Europe and the Middle East. Multipoint Group provides trusted customer relationships and an opportunity for us to deliver our technology to new customers,” said Roi Cohen, Co-Founder and CRO.

“Across all geographics, organizations are looking for efficient ways to close fast on the vulnerabilities adversaries are trying to exploit constantly. The Vicarius consolidated solution enables IT teams to do precisely that,” added Vishal Bhatia.

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