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Distributed Beyond Control: The Need for Attack Surface Visibility

IT environments have become so vastly distributed that an organization’s attack surface now extends well-beyond the infrastructure they can effectively control. And that puts you in a precarious situation.

Whether you’re managing global subsidiaries, utilizing cloud platforms, or contracting as-a-service offerings, your digital assets and infrastructure are exposed to risk. How can you take back control?

Join CyCognito CEO, Rob Gurzeev, and special guest, Forrester Principal Analyst, Josh Zelonis, for a conversation on the growing need for attack surface visibility.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to best identify all of your digital assets, including those you may not even know about
- How applying offensive-style reconnaissance sheds light on blind spots
- Why prioritization is key to effective blind spot elimination
- Leveraging internet-scale scanning and a graph data model

Take the next steps towards security for the modern enterprise. Register now.
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Rob Gurzeev, CEO, CyCognito and Josh Zelonis, Principal Analyst, Forrester
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  • Distributed Beyond Control: The Need for Attack Surface Visibility Recorded: Aug 27 2019 48 mins
    Rob Gurzeev, CEO, CyCognito and Josh Zelonis, Principal Analyst, Forrester
    IT environments have become so vastly distributed that an organization’s attack surface now extends well-beyond the infrastructure they can effectively control. And that puts you in a precarious situation.

    Whether you’re managing global subsidiaries, utilizing cloud platforms, or contracting as-a-service offerings, your digital assets and infrastructure are exposed to risk. How can you take back control?

    Join CyCognito CEO, Rob Gurzeev, and special guest, Forrester Principal Analyst, Josh Zelonis, for a conversation on the growing need for attack surface visibility.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn:
    - How to best identify all of your digital assets, including those you may not even know about
    - How applying offensive-style reconnaissance sheds light on blind spots
    - Why prioritization is key to effective blind spot elimination
    - Leveraging internet-scale scanning and a graph data model

    Take the next steps towards security for the modern enterprise. Register now.
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