What is an Attack Surface?

The potentially vulnerable points that exist across all software, hardware, firmware, and networks of your company. Your goal is to keep your attack surface as small as possible. An organization's attack surface is a term that describes all the potentially vulnerable points that exist across all software, hardware, firmware, and networks of your company. It is the sum of different attack vectors that an attacker can exploit to enter or extract sensitive data. The goal of the organization is to keep their attack surface as small as possible. With an increasing digital surface, the attack surfaces are getting larger than ever before. Due to this increase in size, more organizations have been susceptible to hackers and attackers.      

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Netenrich's Attack Surface Intelligence (ASI) continuously monitors and protects your company, brand, and assets from external adversaries. Understand your exposure, prioritize risk, and remediate issues before they turn into incidents.

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