A bird’s eye view of your global attack surface

A bird’s eye view of your global attack surface

November 28, 2023 at 04:01AM

Outpost24’s External Attack Surface Management (EASM) solution offers continuous mapping, analysis, and monitoring of an organization’s attack surface. It identifies vulnerabilities and provides recommendations on how to address them. The cloud-based solution requires no software installation and integrates with various applications to coordinate issue resolution. Outpost24 also provides a free Attack Surface Analysis to assess an organization’s vulnerability landscape. Sponsored by Outpost24.

The meeting notes discuss the importance of building an effective cyber security defense by understanding and protecting both known and unknown assets. The first stage of any attack is reconnaissance, so it is essential to be proactive in identifying and securing your organization’s external attack surface.

The notes mention that there are various entry points into a network, including Internet-facing assets and shadow IT assets. It is crucial to continuously map and monitor all connected systems, such as domains, websites, hosts, services, and SSL certifications, to prevent potential vulnerabilities that hackers can exploit.

Outpost24’s External Attack Surface Management (EASM) solution is highlighted as a tool that can assist security teams in this process. It offers advanced reconnaissance techniques to continuously analyze and monitor an organization’s attack surface, identifying vulnerabilities and misconfigurations. The solution is cloud-based, eliminating the need for software installations, and provides an interactive dashboard for easy access.

Outpost24’s EASM solution covers a range of functionality, including checking encryption certificates for expiry dates, certificate chains, TLS protocols, and cookie consent checks for GDPR compliance. It also integrates with various third-party applications to aid in problem resolution.

For more information on Outpost24’s EASM solution or to access a free Attack Surface Analysis, you can visit their website by clicking here.

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