Cybersecurity Asset Management
Get an Asset Inventory That Works for Cybersecurity
Discover assets you don’t even know about and eliminate blind spots.
Anticipate potential cyber security attacks with audit preventive measures.
Get an instant cybersecurity audit across your entire network through valuable reports.
You Can't Protect What You Don't KnowYou Have
For many years, Asset Inventory lists at the very top of most industry-leading security frameworks such as ISO, NIST, and CIS. The discovery of hard- and software data plays a critical role in maintaining an up-to-date synopsis of your entire IT estate to protect yourself against cyber security attacks. Leveraging that collected Cybersecurity Asset Management data is a fundamental starting point for implementing security measures across your organization.
Create a Cybersecurity Asset Management Baseline
With all this information at our fingertips, so much more can be done to ensure that organizations are not only running efficiently but can easily identify cyber security threats and opportunities.
You’re using discovery and inventory data to understand the number of deployed assets, software installations, and other asset-specific information. The IT security department is using data to assess security threats, vulnerabilities, and respond to security incidents. The thing they have in common: the need for complete visibility.
A Critical First Step in Cybersecurity
Making IT Discovery a key process of your Cybersecurity Asset Management enables you to discover new devices as they come into the organization and inventory all software and hardware across your IT environment. Cases of IT Discovery supporting a response to a security threat include the WannaCry and Meltdown vulnerability exploits. Once identified, IT teams were able to query Lansweeper to find instances of vulnerable software using a custom report.
Instantly Detect Assets the Moment They Connect to the Network
Ensuring that unknown devices -which are far more likely to become a rogue network device– are detected the moment they enter your organization’s network is crucial.
Lansweeper's Asset Radar detects assets the moment they connect to the network. Combined with our advanced, AI-powered Credential-free Device Recognition technology to recognize and identify these unknown assets, this delivers complete coverage and unmatched inventory accuracy to eliminate blind spots across your IT environment.
Enrich Incident Alerts from SIEM/SOAR solutions with relevant IT Asset Data
When every second counts, having all the information you need at your fingertips empowers you to act quickly and resolve a security event before damage occurs. But alerts typically come with minimal information - a MAC or IP address won't arm you with the data you need to protect your organization. Lansweeper integrates seamlessly with leading SIEM and SOAR tools, including Splunk ES, Palo Alto Cortex XSOAR, IBM QRadar, MSFT Sentinel, Splunk SOAR, and more, significantly reducing deployment times and minimizing the need for customization.
What Industry-leading Frameworks Say
ISO 27001 - Inventory of Assets
ISO 19770 - Dedicated to ITAM
Inventory of Devices and Software
Inventory of Hardware & Software Assets
Service Asset & Config Management
Physical Inventory of Technology
How Lansweeper Helps You Go Further
The first step in protecting anything is knowing that an asset exists. Sounds so simple, but a solid cybersecurity program requires reliable inventory and discovery as its foundation. Once you’ve established your asset inventory baseline, you can start to dig deeper.
Monthly Patch Tuesday Report
Check Hardware Warranties
Mitigate Local Admin Risks
Detect Unauthorized Software
Report on Hard Drive Encryption
Audit Drivers and Their Version
Manage system, printer and PNP drivers installed on your servers and workstations along with their version. Ensure the latest, fully secure drivers are always installed!
Gain complete visibility across all certificates along with all of their details including their expiration date to ensure you’re devices are always protected.