External Attack Surface Management

AttackMapper

Gain visibility into your ever-growing attack surface.

AttackMapper helps customers gain additional visibility and context regarding the severity of unknown external-facing digital assets in an automated manner.

Our external attack surface management solution provides security teams with direct visibility into all internet-facing technological assets in use and assets attributed to IP, DNS, Domain, and cryptographic infrastructure through advanced internet-wide monitoring algorithms.

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Discover Your Assets with the Hacker Mindset

See Your Attack Surface Through the Eyes of Threat Actors

You do not want your security measures to be insufficient when things change in the dynamic infrastructure of your organization. Track your digital assets in real-time and know your attack surface and protect it from attackers.

Thanks to AttackMapper’s advanced monitoring algorithms, you gain enhanced visibility and context for your current and future attack surface without the need to inventory your digital assets.

Get Proactive on Your Security Measures

Get continuous visibility into vulnerable software, exposed networks, third-party software, expired SSL certificates, DNS records, undiscovered cloud assets, and more with SOCRadar external attack surface management.

Explore AttackMapper’s modules and meet with the easiest way to take a proactive stance against malicious activities.

Individual modules used in AttackMapper

Discover your external-facing digital assets

Maintain an accurate, continuously updated and complete view of your global attack surface.

Identify hacker-exposed vulnerability risk

Get alert when a critical vulnerability is cross-referenced to your exposed software assets.

Up level your infrastructure monitoring capabilities

Spot threats early by keeping track of your public-facing DNS, Web and SSL infrastructures.

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Frequently Asked Questions

According to Gartner, "threat intelligence is evidence-based knowledge, including context, mechanism, indicators, implications, and actionable advice, about an existing or emerging menace or hazard to assets that can be used to inform decisions regarding the subject's response to that menace or hazard".

EC Council's definition is very similar, "threat intelligence is the analysis of data using tools and techniques to generate meaningful information about existing or emerging threats targeting the organization that helps mitigate risks".

The purpose of cyber threat intelligence is to help institutions and organizations understand the risks of cyber-attacks or cyber threats. These attacks can range from zero-day attacks, crypto viruses, APTs (Advanced Persistent Threat), botnets, or exploits. These threats are reported with the intelligence activities after reviewed by CTI analysts to provide special protection methods to assist in an active defense in your organization.

The skilled, well-funded, well-organized, and highly-sophisticated cyber attackers use techniques that reveal security strategies to the technology alone. In order to develop a defense strategy against attackers, organizations need to know how hackers operate, how they function, and what techniques they use.

Cyber-threat intelligence allows companies to identify the dynamics and consequences of risks, to improve security plans, structures, and to reduce their attack potential to minimize damage and defend their network.

CTI can identify and analyze cyber threats against your business. Therefore, CTI can help you to:

  • Focus on actionable alarms; the legacy threat intelligence solution provided only feeds and (Indicator of Compromise) IOCs which were not actionable. But organizations started to need more and more the latest intelligence about them. With real-time intelligence on threat actors, botnets, and malware, as well as data from the dark web and the deep internet, organizations need to detect phishing domains targeting their customers.
  • Collect, Verify, and Prioritize External Threats; CTI can deliver the hard work for your business with enriched intelligence that allows you to apply smarter defense and improvement processes.
  • Detect Forgotten Assets and Monitor Attack Surface in Real-time; CTI can determine the blind spots by following the changing attack surface all the time.
  • Prevent Data Loss; by using CTI, cyber threats can be detected and security breaches can be prevented from disclosing confidential information.

Various threatening knowledge and theoretical approaches are useful at various businesses’ level. The four categories of cyber threat intelligence have to do with different objectives:

  • Strategic Cyber Threat Intelligence; It utilizes comprehensive pattern and emerging risk analysis to provide an outline of future cyber-attack implications.
  • Operational Cyber Threat Intelligence; It is mainly used to make resource management decisions regarding actual and potential risks, historical resources, affiliations, and motives of threat actors.
  • Tactical Cyber Threat Intelligence; Primarily, its main target is a technically trained audience and allows them to learn more specific details on threat actors’ tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs).
  • Technical Cyber Threat Intelligence; It focuses on the technological details suggesting a cyber-security threat, such as phishing email lines or malicious URLs.

Powerful alone, better together.

SOCRadar Extended Threat Intelligence combines External Attack Surface Management, Digital Risk Protection, and Cyber Threat Intelligence capabilities to improve your security posture.