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As attack surfaces grow outside the corporate firewall, cybersecurity teams need to be able to do two things well and at-scale: discover unknowns and investigate threats across their organization’s digital presence. The basis of these two capabilities is always-on detection.
Reliable threat detection has never been more critical now that COVID-19 has changed the way we do business, spreading our operations and entire staff outside the corporate perimeter to the open internet and cloud. The rush to stand up new assets and systems to enable a remote workforce has led to an increase in shadow IT activities and potential access points for hackers—a 112% boost in VPN usage and 26.11% increase in Microsoft Remote Access Gateway instances, to name a couple.
With attack surfaces expanding quicker and more radically than ever before, and the threat landscape growing along with them, organizations need proactive threat detection that sees their entire digital presence for what it really is and, as importantly, never takes a break.
This post is the second of an eight-part blog series exploring what makes RiskIQ different in a crowded, noisy market. Today we’ll outline RiskIQ’s always-on detection.
For more than ten years, RiskIQ has been crawling and absorbing the internet to define the web’s composition so we can show customers how they, and the attackers targeting them, fit inside it. In the first blog in this series, we talked about how fingerprinting each component, connection, service, IP-connected device, and piece of infrastructure across the web helps us build the most powerful and detailed Internet Intelligence graph available.
This graph provides visibility that’s key to always-on detection—it can see the entire internet and deeply understand each organization’s unique space therein. By knowing which assets an organization owns, how those assets change, and how threat actors across the web are targeting them with rogue assets, RiskIQ can accurately and continuously identify risks and threats.
Much of an organization’s attack surface is unknown to IT teams—in-house shadow IT, assets created by third-parties, and assets spun-up by threat actors that are purpose-built to attack their business, employees, and customers. RiskIQ’s threat detection is unique because it alerts security teams to all of it.
While simulating the actions of real users, RiskIQ’s global virtual user network continuously extracts, analyzes, and assembles internet data from the entire IPV4 space, covering more ground than any other platform. As we accumulate this data, our proprietary systems are continuously updating each customer’s unique Intelligence Graph and alerting them immediately as vulnerabilities and threats traverse it.
By continuously monitoring the entire web at scale with RiskIQ, organizations can reduce personnel resources, improve accuracy, and minimize costs. These are just a few ways how:
Always-on detection enables your security team to discover unknowns and quickly investigate threats across your digital attack surface. Find out more by scheduling a demo here.
RiskIQ is the leader in attack surface management. We help organizations discover, understand, and mitigate exposures across all digital channels.
RiskIQ's #COVID19 Weekly Update:
➡️Car rental company Hertz filed for bankruptcy protection
➡️For the first time, the Boston Marathon has been canceled
➡️Most of the malicious coronavirus emails are coming from US IP space
Read full update here: http://bit.ly/2Uv3CMV
Microsoft Remote Desktop is spiking. Why? Because all work is now remote work and all access is now remote access. RiskIQ scans hundreds of ports and maps exposed services to provide security teams with a picture worth a thousand log lines. https://bit.ly/2xJ1Dgx
RiskIQ's #COVID19 Internet Intelligence Gateway will enable the cybersecurity community to fight a surge in pandemic-related cybercrime. Sign up, submit any suspicious COVID-19-related URL, and have RiskIQ's powerful global crawling network at your command http://bit.ly/3eon6ek
Via @InfosecurityMag, @DanRaywood highlights RiskIQ's new #COVID19 Internet Intelligence Gateway. This one-stop cybersecurity resource is the latest weapon in the fight against the surge in pandemic-related cybercrime. Read more here https://bit.ly/36ALU02