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TrueSight Vulnerability Management 3.0

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TrueSight Vulnerability Management can identify, analyze, and correct vulnerabilities across an enterprise computing or network environment. IT operators and security personnel can pair TrueSight Vulnerability Management with endpoint managers such as TrueSight Server Automation, TrueSight Network Automation, and Microsoft Service Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).


Release notes and notices
updated 19 Jul

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Title

Summary

March 28, 20193.0.01.001 updatesSecurity fixes and other fixes
January 31, 20193.0.01 enhancements

Enhancements available in this release:

  • Creating exceptions on vulnerabilities and assets
  • Mapping vulnerabilities for all imported security groups (Applicable for TrueSight Server Automation and TrueSight Network Automation)
  • Associating tags with a combination of vulnerability and asset
  • Filtering scan files by IP address range

June 13, 2018

3.0 enhancements

Enhancements available in this release:

  • Product delivered using Docker containers
  • Integration with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) engine to remediate  server issues detected in a vulnerability scan
  • Data enrichment through asset tagging
  • Enhanced auto-mapping of vulnerabilities

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Related topics

Getting started

Planning

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Planning

 

Concepts, architecture, deployment, planning, and system requirements.

Installing

 

Information about installing the product

Using

 

Interface descriptions, using the product.

Administering

 

Security, system administration, maintenance.

Troubleshooting

 

Issues resolution, error messages, logs, and contacting Support.
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FAQs and additional information

 

Frequently asked questions

 

 Do users need special permissions to access content?

Access to content is based on roles in TrueSight Server Automation and SCCM. For TrueSight Server Automation, each security group in TrueSight Vulnerability Management maps to a role in TrueSight Server Automationand grants the permissions assigned to that role. For SCCM, each security group maps to a security role in SCCM. Security groups in TrueSight Vulnerability Management should be set up to reflect roles in TrueSight Server Automation or SCCM rather than the other way around. 

 If I can only see my operations, how can a user on the second shift see the output of my work?

If the other user belongs to the same security group as you, that user can see the output of your work.

 

Additional information for related products

Use the following online technical documentation links for products related to TrueSight Vulnerability Management:

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