Outsmart Cybercriminals with Proactive Attack Surface Management

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Michiel Prins and Naz Bozdemir, HackerOne

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52% of security-conscious enterprises in a recent HackerOne survey don’t know how much of their attack surface is secured, and not one respondent was confident their organization was fully in control of its attack surface. Any veteran security leader can confirm that organizations rarely know the full extent of their IT infrastructure, but the use of hybrid and multi-cloud environments, adoption of microservice architectures, and inherited assets from mergers and acquisitions make the shortfall more extensive than IT teams could have imagined in the past. In this webinar, cybersecurity veterans Michiel Prins, co-founder and head of professional services at HackerOne, and Naz Bozdemir, senior product marketing manager at HackerOne, demystify how organizations can gain control over their full attack surface and minimize exploitable risks. This discussion will cover: -The consequences of an expanding attack surface and incomplete visibility into it -The role of Attack Surface Management (ASM) in modern security programs -Important considerations when selecting an ASM partner -The impact of combining automation with human security expertise

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HackerOne closes the security gap between what organizations own and what they can protect. HackerOne's Attack Resistance Management blends the security expertise of ethical hackers with asset discovery, continuous assessment, and process enhancement to find and close gaps in the ever-evolving digital attack surface. This approach enables organizations to transform their business while staying ahead of threats. Customers include The U.S. Department of Defense, Dropbox, General Motors, GitHub, Goldman Sachs, Google, Hyatt, Lufthansa, Microsoft, MINDEF Singapore, Nintendo, PayPal, Slack, Twitter, and Yahoo. In 2021, HackerOne was named as a ‘brand that matters’ by Fast Company.