RiskIQ Digital Footprint gives complete visibility beyond the firewall. Unlike scanners and IP-dependent data vendors, RiskIQ Digital Footprint is the only solution with composite intelligence, code-level discovery and automated threat detection and exposure monitoring—security intelligence mapped to your attack surface.
Discover, Identify Internet Assets
Security teams can discover hidden risks and threats outside their firewall: clouds and eComm, mobile and websites, users and apps. They protect their digital strategies with universal visibility, keeping clouds under control. RiskIQ’s global sensor network absorbs internet asset intelligence, graph edge relationships, and identifies attacker-exposed assets—known, unknown, and malicious.
Remove Vulnerabilities Beyond the Firewall
Security is hard. Security outside the corporate network is really hard. Enable secure digital and cloud growth with pre-built risk indicators and encoded machine learning continuously analyzing over 200 billion attack paths and 10+ years of internet history. RiskIQ extends vulnerability control beyond the firewall: enterprise-owned assets, third parties, supply chain systems, components, and code.
Pinpoint Threats: Enterprise and Third Party
See Everything. Take Action. No Agents.
Discover, Identify Assets
Extendable Vulnerability Management
RiskIQ’s global sensor network and human-web simulation identify internet assets, graph relationships, and automatically detect changes to your attack surface.
Find risky services—inside and outside the firewall—and map port relationships, host content, certificates, malicious code, and compromised third parties.
Live security intelligence: uncover relationships, map connectedness, and pinpoint vulnerabilities and exposures.
Five Ways Hackers are Targeting Organizations
Analysis of an Attack Surface
The boom in internet-exposed assets from a decade of digital transformation, and accelerated by a seismic shift to a remote workforce in response to COVID-19, can make protecting your enterprise's digital attack surface feel overwhelming. Today, organizations are responsible for defending not only their internal network but also their digital presence across the internet and the cloud.