Attack Surface Reduction: Discover & Reduce Your Exposure
Digital transformation and an acceleration in cloud adoption has delivered immeasurable benefits, from reduced overhead costs to improved efficiency, a better customer experience, and access to new markets.
However, to enjoy these benefits often requires the organisation to incorporate numerous web-based services and third parties, all of which brings with it inherent risk.
The pace of this change has been such that many IT departments have failed to implement the necessary security measures to ensure these new channels are appropriately protected, making it difficult for security teams to secure the “unknown” and keep track of an evolving attack surface.
Left unchecked an organisation’s attack surface can provide multiple opportunities for cyber threat actors to penetrate digital defences, putting both customer data and day-to-day business operations at risk.
A new approach is needed to identify, measure and reduce the risks of a growing attack surface – we refer to this as Attack Surface Reduction (ASR).
In this webinar Adarma’s Andy Younie, Managing Consultant, and Craig Boyle, Senior Consultant, will discuss best practices for identifying and managing your attack surface.
– What is attack surface reduction and why is it critical?
– How to understand the scope of your attack surface?
– How different attack vectors are contributing to your growing attack surface?
– How ASR best practices can help you prioritise vulnerabilities and burn down the most critical risks first?
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