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XM Cyber Provides Exposure Management Service

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XM Cyber has launched its Exposure Management Service (EMS) to help organizations "eliminate the greatest cyberattack risks in the most efficient means possible," according to the company.

Organizations can integrate EMS into their operational remediation processes, XM Cyber said. By doing so, they can identify and resolve security exposures.

How XM Cyber's Exposure Management Service Works

EMS provides organizations with remediation expertise that extends their cybersecurity teams' capacity and capabilities, XM Cyber noted.

Organizations can use EMS to:

  • Utilize exposure management plans to establish, operationalize and improve their exposure remediation processes
  • Work with IT, development and other remediation teams to prioritize and track remediation activities
  • Access reports to understand their exposure remediation progress

Organizations can also use EMS in conjunction with the XM Cyber Exposure Management Platform to implement or enhance their continuous exposure management processes, the company indicated.

XM Cyber Offers Exposure Management Service Beta Program for MSSPs

MSSPs can join XM Cyber's beta program to offer EMS through their own service delivery teams, the company said.

With EMS, MSSPs can "reduce the time it takes to eliminate critical exposures and strengthen enterprise resilience against malicious activity," said Shay Siksik, XM Cyber vice president of Customer Experience.

MSSPs can also protect organizations that have limited resources and a lack of cybersecurity knowledge and expertise against threats, Siksik noted.

XM Cyber Extends Global Reach

The EMS launch comes after XM Cyber in September 2023 announced a distribution partnership with value-added distributor Nextgen Group. With the partnership, Nextgen delivers XM Cyber's platform to organizations in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and the Philippines, the companies said.

Previously, XM Cyber in August 2023 partnered with cybersecurity distributor Mea Tec. Distribution. The partnership enables Mea to provide XM Cyber's platform to organizations in the Middle East, the company stated.

XM Cyber helps organizations identify misconfigurations, vulnerabilities, identity exposures and other risks. The company offers a partner program that allows MSSPs, MSPs and other technology providers to integrate its platform into their portfolios.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.