Discover hidden credentials and harden your network against silent attackers

Discover hidden credentials and harden your network against silent attackers

Every day, as employees use applications and share data, they leave behind an invisible “access footprint”—credentials and connections to other systems. These are the basic tools—keys—that advanced attackers use once inside your network to move from their initial point of entry to their targets. The richer the access footprint, the faster the attacker can move.

Attack Surface Manager (ASM) acts as a deterrent against lateral movement by continuously discovering connections and credentials that violate policies, and enabling security teams to rapidly or automatically remediate them.

By reducing the real artifacts attackers can use to move forward, ASM strengthens the odds that attackers will activate deceptions—and therefore helps detect attackers earlier and buys time for well-orchestrated incident response.

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