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|Company size (employees)||50 to 99|
|Headquarters Region||North America|
Balbix is a leading cybersecurity solution provider that was founded in 2015 by Gaurav Banga, former CEO and founder of next-gen endpoint security pioneer Bromium, and is funded by premium venture capital firms and former Cisco CEO John Chambers.
Balbix BreachControl is the world’s first platform to leverage specialized AI to automatically analyze enterprise networks and provide real-time visibility of breach risk. The system combines information about vulnerabilities, threats, asset exposure, business criticality and security controls to prioritize security issues based on risk. These prioritized risk insights are fed into workflows and dispatched as tickets with SLAs to the various risk owners.
With Balbix, users are able to achieve increased operations efficiency as they move from manual VM tools to an automated, AI-based approach to VM. Balbix BreachControl enables users to automate:
Asset discovery and inventory — customers can deploy a Balbix network sensor in roughly one hour, and within 48 hours they discover more than 95% of the IT assets on or accessing their network
Prioritized fixes — BreachControl automatically prioritizes which security actions should be based on business risk, saving hours or days of time every week on analysis.
Ticketing integration — BreachControl further improves ROI, productivity and time to fix by automatically starting the ticketing process through API integration with a customer’s ticketing system.
Balbix provides 100x more accurate visibility into cybersecurity vulnerabilities and risks than legacy solutions.
Unlike our competitors, Balbix uniquely prioritizes these vulnerabilities based on business risk, thereby enabling security teams to focus on remediation actions that really have an impact as opposed to busy work.
Unlike legacy tools which typically require long-running vulnerability scans to be manually triggered, Balbix performs continuous monitoring and analysis across the attack surface.