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Attack Surface Management with Cortex Xpanse

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Get an outside-in view of your attack surface. Identify and attribute all internet-connected assets, discover sanctioned and unsanctioned assets, monitor for changes and have a single source of truth.

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Reduce third-party risk by identifying exposures potentially caused by misconfigurations. Don’t inherit M&A security issues.

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Get a snapshot of your attack surface to see an attacker's perspective at any point-in-time.

Our Attack Surface Management (ASM) Approach

Xpanse provides a complete, accurate and continuously updated inventory of all global internet-facing assets. This allows you to discover, evaluate and mitigate cyber attack surface risks. You can also evaluate supplier risk and assess the security of acquired companies.

  • A single source of truth

    Manual asset inventory maintenance is slow and prone to error. An outside-in view of your attack surface catches assets and exposures you never knew existed to help with attack surface reduction.

  • Improve security and save money

    Find exposed assets before attackers do to shore up security and lower cyber insurance premiums. Repurpose current point-in-time assessment budgets for continuous monitoring.

  • Build an integrated attack surface program

    Integration with Cortex XDR, XSOAR, Prisma Cloud, and our broader portfolio allows our ASM findings to enhance security workflows, secure unknown, unmanaged cloud risks, and secure remote workers.

Discover, evaluate, and mitigate attack surface risks, even the unknown

Cortex Xpanse continuously discovers and monitors your digital attack surface across the entire internet to ensure your security operations team has no exposure blind spots. Exposure categories we find:

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    Remote Access Service
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    Insecure file sharing/exchanging services (e.g. SMB, NetBIOS)
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    Unpatched systems vulnerable to public exploit and end-of-life (EOL) systems
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    IT admin system portals
  • 5
    Sensitive business operation applications (e.g. Jenkins, Grafana, Tableau)
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    Unencrypted logins and text protocols (e.g. Telnet SMTP, FTP)
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    Directly exposed Internet of Things (IoT) devices
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    Weak and insecure/deprecated cryptography
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    Exposed development infrastructure
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    Insecure or abandoned marketing portals

Do you really know your attack surface?

It’s bigger than you think

35% of your assets could be unaccounted for.

Unknown assets are targets

69% of orgs have seen at least one such attack.

Adversaries scan for CVEs

5 mins after a critical disclosure. Xpanse makes you faster.

With Cortex Xpanse, customers discover 35% more assets than they were tracking using manual inventory processes

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Cortex Xpanse routinely discovers assets that an organization’s IT staff is unaware of and are not monitored. Connect with our team in an interactive demo to see what attackers see.