It would be entirely possible to do something like this, but I’m not sure there would be enough demand for it for us to include that in the product. You might get in touch with @aram to talk about adding features on the roadmap, or if you like I can help you get in touch with our Professional Services organization to build a custom solution for you.
There are a few approaches one could take on this. A fully-automated solution is actually the simplest - a script could easily retrieve the RSS feed, and then leverage our REST API to correlate the CVEs to Fixlets, and either create Baselines or send Actions based on those Fixlets. Scheduling actions, automatic reboots, targeting computer groups, etc. would be very much customer-specific though, making it a bit complex to generalize to something that works for everyone.
If you want to add user interactivity, the same could certainly be done in a Console Dashboard - either reading the RSS feed directly, or having a script that retrieves the RSS on a schedule and writes the resulting CVE list to a data file on your server as a Site File, and then the Dashboard could use that in selecting Fixlets for Baseline/Action/Reporting.
For WebUI integration, we did very recently publish a WebUI SDK that could help with writing a custom WebUI application to do the same.