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  • Discover how ASM is emerging as a solution to increasing digital complexity. 
  • Identify the gaps between internal and external visibility using an ASM solution. 
  • Understand how an ASM programme defines other security goals, objectives, and measurable outcomes. 
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Independent research organisation Forrester has investigated the current state of the emerging Attack Surface Management market. 

Their report examines why the IT landscape drives the need for an Attack Surface Management (ASM) solution, and how ASM bridges the gap between internal and external visibility to help optimise cyber risk management policies. 

Curious to see how Forrester positions ASM and predicts its growth? And why they recommend reviewing suitable ASM vendors, including Cybersprint? Click below to view the paid report:

Read the full report (paid)

 

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It's the term we use the most: Attack Surface Management. It is the foundation of your organisation’s digital infrastructure. It’s the starting point of your IT security policies, configuration database management, vulnerability mitigation, and much more. In this blog, we’ll shortly describe what drives the need for an Attack Surface Management solution, share our definition of the term attack surface, and explain how it minimises the risks to your brand.