The ever-changing IT environment and the digitalization around the world, together with the accelerated shape of working with digital tools and a massive leaning on cloud and edge-computing services, are reflected on the organizational attack surface.
Nowadays, working modes are constantly changing, and besides addressing the mentioned optional issues, the defender should address its attack surface on time and all the time.
HUB provides holistic and ongoing monitoring of your organization’s attack surface based on a forceful team of experts in the Bug-Bounty and PT domains.
Our comprehensive services include a team of experts using our ASM (Attack Surface Management) advanced solution, which is your private white hacker that works 24/7/365 on behalf of our clients and continuously scans the organization’s infrastructure.
Our services include monitoring, managing, mapping, analyzing, protecting, alerting, and remediating essential assets for the customer.
Protecting the external frontline is more complicated than protecting the organization’s inside. The advance in cyber security solutions alongside the complex IT infrastructure requires organizations several critical actions, which our experts will be taking care of:
- Complete coverage of the external presence – understand the IT and critical assets before and better than the attackers and malicious actors. Including Asset discovery based on Machine Learning.
- Vulnerabilities require the defender’s continuous attention and engagement – attackers continuously look for vulnerabilities in the organization’s infrastructure. Therefore one of the defender’s primary goals is to know and resolve the network vulnerabilities before the attacker notices them.
- Look for IT & Cyber misconfiguration and other mistakes.
- Employing OSINT and Social Engineering capabilities and tools maximizes the protection of the organization’s attack surface.
- Data leakage protection – Regulation such as GDPR mandates the organization’s responsibility to protect private data used and stored by the organization. Moreover, organizations handle classified and business-sensitive data that must be secured. The critical data may also include artifacts that can assist the attacker in his action, such as passwords and network addresses. Keeping vital and sensitive data from being leaked is an ongoing challenge.