BLUE TEAMS

Aggregate. Remediate. Communicate.

PlexTrac offers blue teams a platform to consolidate security findings. Findings may be sliced and diced with infinite flexibility. Our status tracker and integrations with ticketing systems mean findings can be reported and remediated in the same interface. No more 500-page penetration test reports. No more copying and pasting, or painful integrations. And no more untracked issues.

VULNERABILITY MANAGEMENT

Aggregate Security Issues From All Sources

PlexTrac is the perfect platform to aggregate security issues and vulnerabilities. Import scanner findings, conduct assessments, and integrate bug bounty tools to create a 360 degree view of your security posture. Visualize your posture in our analytics module to drive faster decision making.

RISK REGISTER

Monitor Your Posture In Real Time

By using PlexTrac as the authoritative tracker for your remediation efforts, you have an up-to-date single-source to instantly gain visibility on your security posture. Rapidly and effortlessly provide comprehensive attestation to the CISO, the Board or auditors.

BUG BOUNTY PROGRAMS

Streamline Bug Reporting

Regardless of where you input bug reports, PlexTrac is the perfect platform for aggregating findings from bug bounty programs. Track the progress of your bug bounty program and visualize results in PlexTrac.

THIRD-PARTY RISK MANAGEMENT

Understand External Risk

Situational awareness of internal risk is insufficient. It is imperative to also know the risks third-party organizations, including clients and vendors, pose to your organization. PlexTrac was built to aggregate both internal and external security risk, as well as catalyze collaboration on remediation.

BOARD REPORTING

Tell the Story of Your Security Posture

PlexTrac's reporting and analytics provide a medium through which to communicate the outcomes of investments made in your security program. They catalyze constructive communication by painting a picture that is easy for executives to understand.

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