Edinburgh-based IT security consultancy, 7 Elements, has launched a unique new IT security solution that brings together enterprise-grade automated scanning software with expert human analysis to reduce the risk of corporate cyberattacks.
Used by organisations to identify, highlight and manage vulnerabilities, ‘Clarus’ has been unveiled by 7 Elements as part of the UK Government’s flagship cyber event, CyberUK 2019 which is taking place for the first time in Glasgow’s SEC on 24-25 April.
David Stubley, CEO at 7 Elements and creator of Clarus, said: “Clarus offers a clear and tailored solution for today’s complex environment. We deliver end-to-end vulnerability management for our clients, so by adding the human element back in to automation, we remove complexity, and deliver actionable insights that ensure organisations can take action that will reduce the risk of a cyber security breach.”
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) has already adopted Clarus, saying: “The team has worked with us to create a bespoke approach to vulnerability scanning that is tailored entirely to our business needs. We find the most useful aspect of the service is the intelligent analysis of the output to turn complex data into actionable output.”
Clarus was devised by the award-winning, independent, security consultancy 7 Elements which was founded in 2010 and focuses on the delivery of highly technical security testing and incident response-based services.
7 Elements is dedicated to helping secure clients’ organisations through technical information assurance expertise and aims to be a trusted partner to our clients, working to effectively assess threats, identify security weaknesses and implement security resiliency to protect their businesses.