Attack Surface Management

At Cyble, we prioritize your digital asset security with comprehensive attack surface management. Our team actively detects and combats threats, targeting vulnerabilities in Web & Mobile apps, cloud devices, domains, email servers, IoT devices, and public code repositories. Trust us to safeguard your systems and ensure a robust defense against risks. Your online presence’s safety and integrity are our top priorities.
Attack Surface Management


Uncover and Secure Every Aspect of Your Attack Surface
that could be Targeted.

Asset Discovery

By utilizing a centralized view, organizations can streamline their management of potential attack points, expedite their investigation of security incidents, enhance their vulnerability assessments, and effectively mitigate risk.

Vulnerability Management

Full context on vulnerabilities in valuable resources within an organization, with the goal of improving overall security.

Actionable Context

Gain a comprehensive understanding of your potential points of vulnerability by obtaining a current and historical view of all your internet-connected assets, both on-premises and in the cloud.

Application Security Scanning

Application Security Scanners are automated tools that scan web applications from the exterior to detect security vulnerabilities such as Cross-site scripting, SQL Injection, Command Injection, Path Traversal, and insecure server configurations.

Code Repository Analysis

Application Security Scanners are automated tools that scan web applications from the exterior to detect security vulnerabilities such as Cross-site scripting, SQL Injection, Command Injection, Path Traversal, and insecure server configurations.

File Hashes Detection

Our detection approach utilizes a blacklist of harmful file hashes. We analyze network traffic, evaluate all connections, and calculate the MD5, SHA1, and SHA256 hash for every new file identified in the transfer of a connection. We perform a thorough examination of network traffic, analyzing all connections made and generating unique hash values, specifically the MD5, SHA1, and SHA256 hash, for every new file identified during the transfer of a connection. This allows us to quickly and effectively identify potential security risks.

Cloud Storage Analysis

Cyble assists you in identifying instances of data leakage or assets that have been publicly exposed in various cloud storage solutions. Cyble enhances your ability to detect and mitigate data exposure risks by offering a comprehensive examination of cloud storage solutions, in order to identify instances where sensitive information or assets may have been leaked or made publicly available.

IP Risk Scoring

The IP Risk Score generated by Cyble gives an indication of an IP address being linked to harmful activity, based on intelligence gathered from various IP threat sources.

Assets Intelligence

Cyble Asset Intelligence specializes in identifying security vulnerabilities in various areas of a network. It conducts regular scans to look for any new or existing vulnerabilities that could potentially be exploited by attackers. By identifying and analyzing these vulnerabilities, Cyble Asset Intelligence helps organizations to better understand the risks they face and to take appropriate steps to protect themselves against potential cyber attacks.

New Ports Discovery

Cyble Asset Intelligence is capable of discovering new ports on a network, which are entry points for data transmission between devices.

Domain Expiry Alerts

By tracking the expiration date of domain registrations, Cyble Asset Intelligence helps organizations proactively renew their domain registrations before they expire, preventing any potential disruption to their online presence. This feature of Cyble Asset Intelligence helps organizations avoid any potential negative impact on their business and maintain the continuity of their online presence.

SSL Expiry Alerts

Cyble helps organizations keep their websites secure against various cyber threats by constantly monitoring the expiration status of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates used on the website. SSL is a security protocol used to establish an encrypted link between a server and a client, typically a web browser.

How it Works?

Identify and secure all areas that could be targeted in your Attack Surface

Eliminate Digital Risks

Identify internet-exposed assets before they act as unauthorized entry points for hackers.

Eliminate Blind Spots

Analyze thousands of posts using AI classifiers and advanced analysis models such as Natural Language Processing (NLP) to uncover leaked data and detect relevant attack discussions.

Detect and Respond

Determine the impact of data breaches or misconfigurations of your cloud storage.

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Attack Surface Management FAQs

An organization’s attack surface encompasses all vulnerabilities, pathways, or methods, often called attack vectors, that malicious hackers may exploit to infiltrate networks, access sensitive data, or execute cyberattacks without authorization.

ASM is a comprehensive approach to identifying, assessing, and mitigating external risks associated with an organization’s digital presence. It involves continuously mapping, monitoring, and securing the external-facing assets and endpoints to minimize the potential avenues or vectors of attack.

Attack Surface Management (ASM) safeguards against cyber threats by providing companies with comprehensive insights into their internal and external attack surfaces, encompassing all vulnerabilities, entry points, and potential avenues for attacks from various sources.

ASM covers a range of digital assets, including but not limited to:

  • Websites and web applications
  • Domain names
  • Cloud resources
  • IoT devices
  • APIs
  • Mobile apps
  • Shadow IT resources
  • Third-party integrations

ASM offers numerous benefits, including:

  • Reduction in overall cyber risk
  • Improved security posture
  • Comprehensive visibility into the external attack surface
  • Better regulatory compliance
  • Reduced likelihood of data breaches and associated costs

External Attack Surface Management oversees cybersecurity vulnerabilities linked to an organization’s outward-facing digital resources. This method encompasses vigilant surveillance, detection, minimization, and alleviation of risks within an organization’s external attack surface.

An attack vector serves as the pathway or method through which an attacker or hacker gains entry to a computer or network server, intending to deploy a harmful payload or achieve a malicious outcome. These vectors empower hackers to exploit system vulnerabilities, encompassing technical weaknesses and exploiting human factors within the system.

The frequency of conducting these assessments relies on various factors, such as the organization’s size, the intricacy of its attack surface, and the associated risk level. Optimal practice suggests that rather than intermittently, attack surface management should ideally occur on a continuous basis.

Determining the priority for addressing vulnerabilities depends on factors such as the organization’s attack surface, risk level, and exploit potential. Organizations should prioritize based on severity ratings, the probability of exploitation, impact on business operations, and the criticality of compromised assets.

Attack surface management comprises various core functions operations such as asset identification, vulnerability evaluation, threat modeling, and risk administration. Asset discovery specifically focuses on recognizing every device and system linked to an organization’s network.

To mitigate Attack Surface risks, organizations must first fully assess the extent of their Attack Surface across websites, portals, apps, etc. Once the Attack Surface has been mapped, organizations can audit all aspects of their Attack Surface to address any weaknesses, patch vulnerabilities, and consolidate vulnerable online assets in preparation for remediation efforts. 

ASM can help protect against incidences of cyberattacks by assessing the entire attack surface, bringing to light any vulnerabilities or security flaws/exposures. Once these are identified, an organization’s infosec team can initiate remedial measures to secure their attack surface, either intenally or with the help of a Cyber Threat Intelligence/Cybersecurity expert such as Cyble. 

The frequency of conducting ASM assessments relies on various factors, such as the organization’s size, the intricacy of its attack surface, and the associated risk level. Optimal practice suggests that attack surface management should occur continuously rather than intermittently.

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