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Editorial: Why your brand DNA is the foundation of your security posture

by Willem van Zwieten Editorial 20 Jan 2022

Finding and verifying all of a company’s web assets across
the entire internet is a massive undertaking. You essentially
need to filter the whole internet and try to pick out what is
relevant, and then set about detecting the risks – or even
potential risks – within what you have found.

This isn’t a process that can be managed manually. The
staff-hours alone would make this hugely prohibitive, and
that’s without taking into account the potential margin for
error. Instead, it requires a different approach, one based
around automation.

In this editorial, Cybersprint's Lead Data Science & Analytics, Willem van Zwieten, explains how algorithms and automation helps your organisation stay secure.

 

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