Attack Surface Reduction

Identify exposed Internet Assets as the first step to reduce your attack surface. Our multi-petabyte machine learning framework will find your "unknown unknowns" for you while your IT team focuses on other critical problems. Your team could endlessly search for those unknowns without ever finding all of them because they are limited by what they know to look for, the datasets readily available to them, and how much information a given person can process at a time. Let computers do what computers do best, and leave your people to do what humans do best.

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Remove All Your Targets from The Internet

Find all your on-premises and cloud Internet Assets — active or improperly deprecated IP addresses, domains, certificates, web servers, IoT devices, insecure network equipment, networked services, and more. Our proprietary graphing engine finds “unknown unknowns” — parts of your attack surface that your IT team could not have discovered. Unknowns happen and linger because even with perfect logging, a deluge of third-party data feeds, and endless time, your team wouldn’t know what to query.

Find and Fix Exposures Faster Than Malicious Actors

Criminals and foreign governments benefit from cheap bandwidth and commercial server infrastructure, allowing them to opportunistically scan the Internet for vulnerable systems and persistently monitor your attack surface in a targeted way. You could be one change away from disaster, like an employee misconfiguring a firewall or standing up a “temporary” developer environment. Modern organizations have no choice — you have to find new exposures before malicious actors do.

Prioritize What to Remove First

Our Behavior product detects risky outbound and inbound communications, so we can help you identify which parts of your attack surface may already have been compromised or discovered by malicious actors on the Internet. For example, an exposed, sensitive service may be in your work queue to remediate, but if it is already actively communicating with hosts in Russia or China, you may want to increase the urgency of that remediation.

Continuously Rediscover Your Attack Surface

Attack surface reduction is not a one-time exercise. Modern networks are ever-changing, with multi-cloud, hybrid-cloud, and increasingly borderless enterprise IT models. Expanse’s ML framework learns what your organization looks like on the Internet and never stops looking for new parts of your attack surface.

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