Identify and Protect the Unknown
You don’t know what you don’t know. And what you don’t know can hurt you. Don’t wait for your next pentest to uncover risky exposures.
Attack Surface Management detects known, unknown, and potentially vulnerable public-facing assets, as well as changes to your attack surface that may introduce risk. How? Through a combination of NetSPI’s powerful ASM technology platform, our global penetration testing experts, and our 20+ years of pentesting expertise.
Watch Now: Detect and Protect the Unknown with NetSPI’s Attack Surface Management
Continuous Penetration Testing
Take comfort in the fact that the ASM platform is always-on, working continuously in the background to provide you with the most comprehensive and up-to-date external attack surface visibility. Get proactive with your security using continuous testing.
Asset Discovery with Attack Surface Monitoring
ASM is driven by our powerful automated scan orchestration technology, Scan Monster, which has been utilized on the front lines of our pentesting engagements for years.
We use various automated and manual methods to continuously discover assets and leverage open source intelligence (OSINT) to identify publicly available data sources. With every asset we equip you with a broad spectrum of details, including domains, DNS records, IP addresses, ports, products, certificates, and more.
Not only can you identify assets before adversaries do, but you can also gain a better understanding of the potential concerns that might impact your insurance premiums or your ability to earn your certificate of insurance.
Manual Exposure Triaging
Modern ASM requires human intuition to provide context around exposures that could cause the most harm to your business. NetSPI’s security consultants are a critical component to our Attack Surface Management service. We collaborate with you to:
If we notice an asset that looks risky on the surface, our global penetration testing experts will manually investigate it to determine if it exposes your organization. Then, we’ll help you understand the risk to the business and prioritize remediation efforts.
Review Your Results
On an ongoing basis, we will schedule review meetings. During the meetings, your NetSPI team will provide insights into the exposures and details that matter most.
Improve Your Pentests
Attack surface management informs your external penetration testing strategy. Identify key areas that warrant further testing and focus on manual testing techniques to find business-critical vulnerabilities tools often miss.
Worried about alert fatigue?
NetSPI’s tests are targeted to only alert you when a high-risk exposure is found, in addition to the summary reports of all results available in real-time via the ASM technology platform.
The Tech: Attack Surface Management (ASM)
NetSPI’s Attack Surface Management service is powered by a cloud native, internet-scale application: ASM. The technology enables our global penetration testing experts to find gaps in your security posture that tools miss. It provides an interactive interface for continuous pentesting and efficient ASM features include:
- Immediate and simple set up
- Tracking and trending data over time
- 24/7/365 internet-scale scan coverage
- Asset intelligence
- Slack and email integration
- Open source intelligence gathering
- Asset and exposure prioritization
- Port discovery
- And much more
There are dozens of reasons to embrace a comprehensive and tech-enabled strategy. To name a few:
M&A Due Diligence
Reduce Your Attack Surface
Manage Shadow IT
Vendor Risk Management
Identify Dark Web Exposures
Risk Prioritization and Validation
Monitor Cloud Workloads
Update Legacy Solutions
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In this webinar, you’ll learn from two of our ASM experts, Cody Chamberlain and Eric Gruber, on how to implement a human-first, continuous, risk-based approach to attack surface management.Learn More
Attack Surface Management
Improve attack surface visibility and detect public-facing assets before bad actors with attack surface management and continuous penetration testing.Learn More