On February 22, 2022, NetSPI and Travis Hoyt were featured in a VMblog article titled, NetSPI Launches New Attack Surface Management Platform. Preview the article below, or read the full article online here.
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NetSPI introduced Attack Surface Management to help secure the expanding, global attack surface. The platform delivers continuous pentesting backed by NetSPI’s global security testing team to help organizations inventory known and unknown internet-facing assets, identify exposures, and prioritize critical risks to their business.
According to Gartner’s Emerging Technologies: Critical Insights for External Attack Surface Management report, analysts recommend attack surface management implementation “as part of a broader, enterprise-wide vulnerability and threat management effort, where known and unknown risks, vulnerabilities and assets are handled as part of a concerted and integrated strategy.”
Attack Surface Management is a core component of NetSPI’s Penetration Testing as a Service (PTaaS) delivery model. It complements the company’s established Penetration Testing and Adversary Simulation technology-powered services to provide a full suite of offensive security solutions for its customers.
“You don’t know what you don’t know, and what you don’t know can hurt you,” said Travis Hoyt, Chief Technology Officer at NetSPI. “What we have built here is a comprehensive solution to shadow IT and asset management challenges. Attack Surface Management provides an opportunity for organizations to continuously enhance their security posture, improve their penetration testing strategies, and ultimately reduce the probability and impact of a costly cyberattack.”
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