Edgewatch Platform Features

Attack surface monitoring

Find out what you have exposed to the internet, and restrict anything that doesn’t need to be there.

Attack Surface Monitoring

With our Attack Surface Monitoring your organization will get notified whenever information has been found that can be used by malicious attackers to attack either your employees, partners or customers

Reduction in Attack Surface

By identifying and addressing forgotten, unused, outdated, or redundant assets, EASM tools empower organizations to strategically minimize their attack surface. Removing or diligently securing these assets decisively reduces potential exposure risks.

Visibility of Digital Assets

Edgewatch provide an inventory of an organization’s digital assets that are publicly accessible. This includes domains, subdomains, IP addresses, cloud assets, web applications, and more. This visibility ensures that organizations are aware of their entire external digital footprint.

Actionable Threat Intelligence

By having a continuous feed of information about the external attack surface, security teams can better correlate and analyze threat intelligence. This leads to improved incident response, as teams can better understand the context of threats and potential breaches.

Regulatory Compliance

Many industries and regions have regulations and standards that mandate specific security practices. Edgewatch can aid organizations in ensuring they meet these requirements by regularly auditing and reporting on their external security posture which allows having measurable metrics.

Edgewatch continuously automates hundreds of tests and probes to assess the breadth of your Attack Surface

Empower Awareness Through Massive Automated Testing & Probing

Software and App Vulnerabilities

Flaws in software development or outdated software versions. Attackers can exploit such vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access, execute malicious code, or disrupt services. Regular patching and software updates are essential to address these issues.

Web & Network Configurations

Weaknesses due to improper setup or configuration of networks, web services, and cloud platforms. Such misconfigurations can inadvertently expose sensitive data, allow unauthorized access, or make systems susceptible to certain types of cyberattacks.

Credential and Data Exposures

Unintentional leaking or mishandling of confidential data, often due to weak or compromised credentials. They represent a significant risk as attackers can access systems, steal data, or conduct fraudulent activities using exposed credentials.

User and Session Attacks

These attacks target the end-users directly, tricking them into providing sensitive information, downloading malware, or unintentionally performing harmful actions. They exploit the user’s trust and interaction with systems, often bypassing traditional security measures.

Infrastructure and Assets

Exposure or misuse of core organizational infrastructure and assets, from overlooked subdomains to outdated systems. Vulnerabilities here can provide attackers with deeper access to networks or allow for the hosting of malicious content under an organization’s banner.

File and Upload Vulnerabilities

Identify unsecured transfer or storage of files, forms or corporate services such as shared folders or drop services. Attackers can exploit these to introduce malicious files, execute harmful scripts, or gain insights into an organization’s internal structures and data.

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