ServiceNow Security Operations (SecOps)

A security orchestration, automation, and response engine

ServiceNow's Security Operations (SecOps) application is a security work management engine leveraging orchestration, automation, and cross tool data enrichment to improve security response capabilities. Connect to existing security tools to aggregate vulnerabilities and incidents in one place, enabling prioritization and response according to the potential business impact.

Make Security Response Easier

Centralize data
Centralize data
Increase visibility
Increase visibility
Work smarter and respond faster
Work smarter and respond faster

Centralize data

ServiceNow centralizes security vulnerabilities and incidents, adding enrichment data, allowing the automated and accurate prioritization of issues across the enterprise. ServiceNow also brings all security operations data from different sources together, increasing visibility, improving prioritization, centralizing work, and simplifying tracking.

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Security Operations Suite in ServiceNow

Consolidate your security operation into a single automated system

Standardize processes with a consistent workflow

Identify and collect metrics easily and dependably

Map critical applications and services to understand their impact on the rest of your operation

Assign and prioritize work consistently across all security issue sources

Vulnerability Response

Manage vulnerability, investigations, and align remediation activities

Integrate with the National Vulnerability Database and market-leading vulnerability solutions

Seamless communication with Incident Response tasks, change request and problem management

Utilize logical groupings of Vulnerabilities to reduce the number of items requiring work

Automate the Vulnerability exception process for increased efficiency and consistency.

Security Incident Response

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