Going Beyond Traditional Attack Surface Management with Cyber Threat Intelligence

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Digital transformation has added exponentially more devices, networks and cloud access to nearly every organization. In this interconnected reality, IT security and cybersecurity professionals are challenged with proactively protecting this expanding external attack surface from rising cyber-threats.

Managing these potential points of entry into your digital ecosystem begins with discovering exposed assets, evaluating potential risks and mitigating them. 

Leveraging cyber threat intelligence (CTI) provides a more efficient and effective approach to attack surface management (ASM), by enabling security teams to identify and prioritize remediation of the most at risk internet-facing assets.

This allows organizations to go beyond traditional ASM approaches by seeing their attack surface from the attackers’ view.

But not all CTI is equal. The question is how relevant, timely and accurate is the CTI I'm using to protect my business?     

Sign up to learn:

  • How cyber threat actors are targeting the expanded external attack surface
  • How CTI-led ASM can allow security teams to prioritization and remediation initiatives
  • How CTI-led ASM addresses multiple use cases including third-party monitoring
  • How to discover the most appropriate ASM solutions using advanced business requirements


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Steve Micallef

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Liam Tung

Content Manager, Intel471

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