Digital Attack Surface Management

As Transformation Initiatives Grow, So Does Your Attack Surface

What's a Digital Attack Surface?

The modern digital attack surface is everything outside the firewall, a collection of far-flung, client-facing assets hackers can and will discover as they research their next threat campaigns.

Your attack surface includes:

The modern digital attack surface is everything outside the firewall, a collection of far-flung, client-facing assets hackers can and will discover as they research their next threat campaigns.

Millions of these assets appear on the internet every day and are entirely outside the scope of firewalls and endpoint protection.

A Modern Approach to Security

Today, a business’s digital attack surface extends from the internal network all the way to the farthest reaches of the internet, where these traditional approaches to security have no visibility and attackers have plenty.

This digital attack surface and the threat landscape that targets it is dynamic and changing all the time; certificates expire, frameworks need patching, shadow IT is stood up, and attacker tactics evolve.

Bringing the massive scope of an organization’s digital attack surface into focus is no easy task—most security leaders only know of a fraction of the assets that exist outside their firewall.

RiskIQ Illuminate® Internet Intelligence

Identify cyber threats relevant to your critical assets through connected digital relationships. Speed up analysis, triage, and response and enables security teams to keep pace with digital growth by eliminating threats that matter. Leverage durable threat indicators that pinpoints adversary-threat infrastructure, your long-awaited unfair advantage against cyber threats—all in one place.

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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.