Another Sweepatic-year flew by... And what a year it was! We attended many conferences and events, started working together with eCAPITAL and kept improving the Sweepatic Reconnaissance Platform.
On our third birthday, Sweepatic is also proud to present our new team members and future plans.
The Sweepatic team has got some new plans up their sleeves... We are currently building new features and a brand new web dashboard. As a birthday present, we want to offer you a free demo. All you have to do is sign up!
Want to have a clearer view on your external attack surface before the end of the year?
Contact us via the website and Sweepatic will show you how our Reconnaissance Platform can help you gain insights on your internet facing assets.
Sweepatic was on the move the last couple of months. From the ZIONCONFERENCE19 to the Cyber Security & Cloud Expo in London, the ATT&CK workshop during the Cybersecurity week in Luxembourg (check out our blogpost on PRE-ATT&CK), the Anomali conference Detect'19 in the US and the Lcie Startup Fair in hometown Leuven.
More is coming in 2020, we will keep you updated on where you can come meet us!
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We welcomed new team members in 2019! Sweepatic hired a new developer: Nathan, a COO: Chris and a software engineer: Johan.
Do you want to join our team as well? Check out our open positions here.
Sweepatic Use Cases
Of course, we are constantly working on improving the Sweepatic Reconnaissance Platform. Our use case library is growing and we presented some of them already in our Use Cases Series in the newsletter and here on the blog.
The Infrastructure/Cloud Provider Awareness report provides specific insights on the infrastructure of your attack surface and possible outliers or weaknesses. A good understanding of all your internet facing assets, is the first step in defending your organization from threat actors.
Secondly, Sweepatic offers brand protection by taking a look at your external online threats. Cybersquatting domains can harm your organization's reputation by impersonating and copying your brand's website and then misleading or collecting personal information of your clients and/or website visitors.
We will soon be back with the next use case story in the series, stay tuned!