The offering leverages innovative technology and expert pentesters to help organizations discover and secure all assets on the external attack surface.
Minneapolis, MN – NetSPI, the leader in enterprise penetration testing, today 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.
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 an integrated, 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.”
Key capabilities of NetSPI’s Attack Surface Management include:
Comprehensive Asset Discovery: NetSPI’s Attack Surface Management technology platform leverages automated scanning and orchestration technology to map, identify, and inventory all assets and improve attack surface visibility.
24/7/365 Continuous Testing: The cloud-native, dynamic application monitors the attack surface continuously and alerts when a high-risk exposure is detected. It provides simplified and always-on attack surface visualization to view your entire external attack surface in a single platform.
Manual Exposure Triaging: The NetSPI Attack Surface Management (ASM) Operations Team triages high-risk exposures to validate the exposure, evaluate the risk it poses to your business, support your team with remediation advisory, and escalate worrisome exposures to our penetration testing team to investigate further.
“The current attack surface management market is reliant on technology. But to find critical exposures that put your organization at risk, human intuition is required,” said Aaron Shilts, CEO at NetSPI. “Our ASM Operations Team is rooted in 20 years of manual penetration testing expertise. We bring a human-centric, strategic approach to the market that will help security leaders get a better handle on their evolving attack surface.”
The Attack Surface Management (ASM) platform also features simple set-up, tracking and trending data over time, asset intelligence, Slack and email integrations, open source intelligence gathering, asset and exposure prioritization, port discovery, and more. For additional details on its capabilities and features, download the attack surface management data sheet.
To learn more or get started with Attack Surface Management, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website.
NetSPI is the leader in enterprise penetration testing and attack surface management, partnering with nine of the top 10 U.S. banks, three out of the five FAANG companies, the world’s largest healthcare organizations, the largest global cloud providers, and many of the Fortune® 500. Its platform driven, human delivered Penetration Testing, Adversary Simulation, and Attack Surface Management services are supported by dynamic technology platforms and a dedicated team of global penetration testing experts. NetSPI is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN and is a portfolio company of private equity firms Sunstone Partners, KKR, and Ten Eleven Ventures. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
PTaaS is NetSPI’s delivery model for penetration testing. It enables customers to simplify the scoping of new engagements, view their testing results in real time, orchestrate faster remediation, perform always-on continuous testing, and more - all through the Resolve™ vulnerability management and orchestration platform.
We help organizations defend against adversaries by being the best at simulating real-world, sophisticated adversaries with the products, services, and training we provide. We know how attackers think and operate, allowing us to help our customers better defend against the threats they face daily.
At NetSPI, we believe that there is simply no replacement for human-led manual deep dive testing. Our Resolve platform delivers automation to ensure our people spend time looking for the critical vulnerabilities that tools miss. We provide automated and manual testing of all aspects of an organization’s entire attack surface, including external and internal network, application, cloud, and physical security.
Our proven methodology ensures that the client experience and our findings aren’t only as good as the latest tester assigned to your project. That consistency gives our customers assurance that if vulnerabilities exist, we will find them.
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