ATTACK SURFACE | INFRASTRUCTURE
Protect your websites, applications, cloud services, APIs and other critical resources to ensure optimal functionality.
Attack surface visibility (ASV) provides a holistic view of where critical IT infrastructure is susceptible to cyber criminality.
Once mapped, ASV enables early threat detection, rapid incident response, real-time vulnerability assessment and continuous monitoring of systems and networks at risk of exposure – strengthening defences and optimising best practices.
Close Digital Protection (CDP) offers a complete visual axis of your attack surface with continuous threat monitoring, proactive analysis and rapid remediation - helping avert attacks across critical digital assets such as websites, applications, hardware, software and data.
A significant challenge for businesses and their customers, service downtime often negatively impacts consumer satisfaction and trust, instigate revenue loss and reputational damage.
Websites and applications unknown to businesses can lack basic security measures, creating hidden attack surfaces that compromise your organisation's overall cybersecurity posture.
Degraded performance on unmonitored or unknown platforms can disrupt customer experience. Service outages, data breaches and slow response times deter customer loyalty and trust.
You can’t fix quickly what you can’t see - inadequate ASV hampers swift issue resolution, prolonging response times and increasing potential risk to a system's security and performance.
Discover what is beyond your internal perimeter. Identify threats to your IT infrastructure, brand, employees, customers & suppliers.
Reduce exposure to financial loss and interruption in business operations. Secure a complete infrastructure blueprint to proactively identify threats and indicators of compromise.
Enhance IT security across your entire technology infrastructure by quickly identifying and mitigating cyber threats and vulnerabilities using real-time analysis tools.
To protect against IT Infrastructure threats - secure a full attack surface blueprint to optimise visibility.
The boundary separating your organisation's internal network from external networks e.g. the internet. Attackers seeking unauthorised access can target this area to find vulnerabilities in firewalls, routers and other security devices.
Connected to your network, devices include PCs, laptops, smartphones and IoT devices. Vulnerable to malware, phishing and other threats, these endpoints can compromise sensitive data or provide attackers with access to your network.
Server-connected and easy to exploit if they have security flaws or weak configurations. Attackers can attempt unauthorised access to databases or inject malicious code into applications to steal data or disrupt services for financial gain.
Weak or stolen user credentials pose a significant risk to your business. Attackers often attempt to compromise user accounts through tactics such as password guessing, phishing or using previously leaked credentials from other breaches.