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How a business looks online is always changing from a wide range of factors, both legitimate and malicious. To understand their organization’s attack surface and how threat actors are targeting it, security teams have turned to a handful of vendors claiming to provide visibility into the immensity of the internet.
Two of these vendors are RiskIQ and Digital Shadows.
RiskIQ and Digital Shadows both claim to do similar things in the space of attack surface reduction and digital risk management, but in this comparison, we’ll outline three significant differences in how they go about it, which may affect your decision about which is right for your organization.
Download the comparison to find out how RiskIQ and Digital Shadows differ when it comes to: