Taking back control of your network in light of hackers’ growing sophistication can be time-consuming. Even well-established organizations with money to spend on solid cybersecurity programs are still falling victim to some of the new sneaky breach attempts, as seen with this year's ransomware attacks.
But as your digital infrastructure expands, understanding where cyber risk lies hidden can be challenging. In this increasingly diverse environment, your security team ends up buried in a sea of data and alerts — and may end up missing something important. They are also hopping between multiple tools and lack a complete picture of your company’s security posture.
Rather than play whack-a-mole with threats, here are three reasons you should focus on attack surface scanning to mitigate risk:
Article Link: 3 Reasons for Attack Surface Scanning