Attack surface management: tools to act now

An organization’s “attack surface” includes anyone or anything (virtual or physical) that can be exploited by cyber criminals - everything from operating systems and servers to employees, social media accounts and mobile apps. Managing the attack surface is not just an IT initiative. It is a strategic imperative. To manage and control risks to their attack surface, leaders must address the full of set factors in play. This five-part insight introduces the core elements of a cybersecurity risk management program.

Part 1: Hardening the attack surface with secure architecture

Part 2: Unseen risks: The social attack surface

Part 3: Assessing attack surface risk: Vulnerability management

Part 4: Monitoring the attack surface: Making the most of logging capabilities

Part 5: Preparing for a breach: Cyber simulation (table-top exercises and system-based simulations)

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