It's Time to See Beyond.
What is your external attack surface?
Every public-facing asset your customers and employees use when interacting with your company online, whether owned and managed by your organization or a third party, makes up your external attack surface. Your company's website is an example of a front door—an obvious entry point. And there are those not so obvious, like the development site used to create it, is it still accessible? There are countless potential entry points, and chances are you have no idea what and where they are. So if you can't even find them, how do you protect them from attack?
Read on to learn more about external attack surface management (EASM) and the extended protection offered by CybelAngel EASMX.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO SEE BEYOND?
Watch our latest video for a glimpse into the various ways that cybercriminals target your assets. Then request a complimentary External Exposure Scan to see if your organization is at risk.
Access several white-papers and articles on what is EASM and how to secure your external surface against cybercriminals.
HOW TO SPOT AN OPEN DOOR TO YOUR NETWORK
An introduction to EASM
What is an external attack surface? Why is it expanding? And what can you do to secure your external attack surface against cybercriminals? Discover the answers in our e-book!
MANAGING THREATS BEYOND THE PERIMETER
Protecting your external attack surface
CybelAngel CEO Erwan Keraudy and CRO Jeff Gore sat down with Mathew Schwartz, Executive Editor of DataBreachToday, to discuss ways businesses can better protect their ever-growing external attack surface.
GARTNER® PREDICTS 2023: ENTERPRISES MUST EXPAND FROM THREAT TO EXPOSURE MANAGEMENT
Gartner's view on exposure management
Find out what threat exposure management is and how implementing preventative controls can help protect your business from cyberattacks.
THE ECONOMICS OF RANSOMWARE ATTACKS
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of payment
No company is immune to ransomware attacks; if you have information worth taking, there is a cybercriminal who is ready to take it and then charge you to give it back. How are cybercriminals gaining access to so much valuable information? And what can you do to prevent it?
HOW TO MANAGE THE RISKS AND COSTS OF SHADOW IT
The road to shadow IT is paved with good intentions
Shadow IT isn't simply a nuisance—it's costing you money. Possibly a LOT of money. And if cybercriminals find it before you do, it could cost you everything. In this article, you'll discover how to recognize, prevent, find and even do something about shadow IT.
IS IT TIME FOR A PREEMPTIVE CYBERSECURITY POSTURE?
Ask yourself these five questions…
Cybercriminals thrive within complexity and uncertainty. Read this article to see whether you're doing enough to protect your external attack surface from bad actors.