Rezilion expands SBOM to support Windows environments

Software security platform Rezilion has expanded its Dynamic Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) capability to support Windows environments. The firm said the move will provide organizations with the tools to efficiently manage software vulnerabilities and meet new regulatory standards, addressing functionality gaps of traditional vulnerability management tools primarily designed for use with Linux OS. Features include the ability to search and pinpoint vulnerable components, view Windows and Linux risk side by side in one UI, and tackle legacy vulnerability backlogs. The expansion comes as Microsoft vulnerabilities continue to plague organizations across the globe.

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