CTEM is a strategic approach to cybersecurity that incorporates constant, real-time monitoring and management of an organization’s vulnerability to threats. It is a kind of security technique that seeks potential flaws and threats before hackers can exploit them, rather than relying solely on reactive measures like firewalls and antivirus software…Continue Reading: What is Continuous Threat Exposure Management (CTEM) and why should you care?
With the rise of complex cyberattacks and a staffing shortage, cybersecurity is set to reap the rewards of AI and automation. Today’s cybersecurity leaders are already implementing AI to build more scalable programs…Continue Reading: The transformative power of automation and generative AI
Security experts need reports of continuous asset discovery over a specific attack surface to mitigate cyber risks. Cybercriminals exploit vulnerable assets using attack vectors. This blog discusses the connection between these two terms that are mistakenly used interchangeably…Continue Reading: How are attack vectors and attack surfaces related?
Relevance Detection is an AI-powered feature that automatically classifies the significance of identities found across sources such as DNS, WHOIS info, SSL certificates, and many others…Continue Reading: Red Sift’s OnDOMAIN launches first GPT-4 powered feature, Relevance Detection
Cyber Risk Security Ratings Companies gather publicly available information about an organization’s estate, assess the security posture, and then provide a score or grade based on what they observe…Continue Reading: How does a customer improve their security rating company score?