8 business drivers to implement External Attack Surface Management (EASM)
External Attack Surface Management (EASM) can help organizations all over the world with their online attack surface visibility, inventory, monitoring and analysis. In this blogpost we will explore 8 business use cases for implementing EASM in your company.
Subsidiary based Attack Surface Management: How to divide and organize your external attack surface
The Sweepatic Platform allows customers to divide the scope of their external attack surface into several subscopes. Subscopes are an easy way of subdividing the attack surface based on subsidiaries, brand, location, logical business lines, etc.
How EASM helps big organizations to understand and secure their external attack surface
Cybersecurity teams and CISOs of big organizations find it increasingly harder to understand all their internet-connected IT assets (known and unknown) that are deployed. Learn how External Attack Surface Management can help.
Gartner recognizes Sweepatic on the 2021 Emerging Technologies Vendors List for External Attack Surface Management
According to Gartner, EASM will become part of a broader vulnerability and threat management push aimed at discovering and managing internal and external-facing assets and potential vulnerabilities.
What is the difference between an external attack surface management solution (EASM), a vulnerability scanner, and a pentest?
These solutions partially overlap on some use cases, but in essence, they are not in competition with each other. In fact, they augment each other. The next question that is raised is: in which one should I invest first?