Cyber Threat Report

Attack surface discovery is a crucial component of any organization’s cyber security strategy, allowing teams to identify potential entry points – also known as attack vectors – that could present a cyber threat. Without proper attack surface management, organizations risk exposure to breaches in systems, devices, and the overall network.

Organizations today are in a relentless battle against cyber threats, a challenge magnified by the ever-expanding digital landscape. Companies in a risky environment must protect against both known and unknown threats to their digital infrastructure.

This is where the critical roles of attack surface management (ASM) and vulnerability management (VM) come into play. Imagine navigating a complex network of digital assets, each a potential gateway for cyber attacks. Securing gateways is challenging as organizations depend more on digital operations, making the stakes higher than ever.

This article explains the difference between ASM and VM and advises on what to do during an attack.