How enterprises become exposed to hidden risks from subsidiaries and web apps

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Emma Zaballos, Product Marketing Manager, CyCognito and Jonathan Keÿzer, Sales Engineer, CyCognito

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As large enterprises expand their global footprint through mergers and acquisitions and create subsidiary brands and products, their external attack surfaces can change by as much as 9% each month. When enterprises’ attack surfaces are constantly fluctuating, they expose themselves to critical vulnerabilities that open paths of least resistance for attackers to exploit sensitive customer data. Most enterprises also use web apps for vital business e-commerce and business communications. However, they may not be aware that web apps account for 50% of high and critical issues of all assets exposed to the internet per recent analysis of CyCognito’s anonymized and normalized customer data. Join Emma Zaballos, Product Marketing Manager at CyCognito, and Jonathan Keÿzer, Sales Engineer at CyCognito, as they discuss anonymized customer insights from CyCognito’s External Risk Insights Brief report. This webinar will help your Security team understand how to protect its most critical assets from being easily exploited by attackers as your enterprise expands to include more subsidiary brands and web applications. In this webinar, you will learn: - Why 56% of the critical and high vulnerabilities that created paths of least resistance to customer assets were found on assets managed or owned by subsidiaries - Why enterprises are generally unaware of an astounding 10-30% of these subsidiaries before they start monitoring their attack surfaces - Why enterprises struggle to remediate critical issues despite knowing an asset’s location and its issues 54% of the time - Why web apps account for 50% of high and critical issues and make up over a third of customer requests to validate that a remediation effort was successful
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