Cyble for Corporate Security
The rise of social and digital platforms has introduced a new dimension of risk to corporate security, known as the public attack surface. Threats can come in the form of physical threats posted on social media, attack planning on Dark Web forums, and phishing, account takeover, and impersonation attempts directed towards executives.
Blurring of the Distinction Between Physical and Digital Assaults.
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Cyble offers the intelligence, analysis and remediation InfoSec teams need to address a new era of threats. The advanced AI-powered Cyble Platform identifies text, image and video-based threats across the public attack surface.
Automated remediation ensures threats are addressed quickly, from spoofed domains to fake accounts. Our fully managed service ensures you are not inundated with indicators and your internal teams are able to focus elsewhere, knowing you’re protected.
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With the annual disclosure of tens of thousands of new vulnerabilities, it is increasingly difficult for organizations to keep up with the process of patching. Cyble Vulnerability Management provides security teams with the necessary context to prioritize the vulnerabilities that pose the greatest risk to their organization. This helps in minimizing downtime and prevent attacks.
The identification of software vulnerabilities is a complex process that requires in-depth technical knowledge and expertise. Cyble uses advanced technologies and techniques to scan software and systems to identify any weaknesses or vulnerabilities that could be exploited by cyber criminals. This information is then analyzed and provided to organizations in a form that is easy to understand, allowing them to quickly assess the risk and take appropriate action to address the vulnerabilities. The database is fully aligned with the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) and National Vulnerability Database (NVD) but also provides in-depth information on a significant number of issues that are not reported by CVE/NVD.