Our team is proud to announce that Cybersprint is nominated for the computable awards 2021 in the category Security & Forensics! With our Attack Surface Management platform, we help organisations monitor their attack surface and mitigate the associated risks within. We are pleased that Computable recognises our approach to help make organisations become more digitally secure.
The Computable awards are celebrated annually as one of the most renowned IT prizes in the Netherlands. The prizes are awarded to companies, projects, and individuals for significant achievements in the field of IT over the last year. Winners are determined based on 50% jury votes and 50% public votes. The winners of 2021 will be announced on 2 November.
Read Computable’s motivation for nominating Cybersprint here.
Will you help us win the computable awards 2021? Vote for Cybersprint! Voting opens as of 5 July 2021. We really appreciate your support!
Attack surface management
The size of organisations’ attack surfaces rises. Increasing digitalisation and outsourcing of processes and environments means IT teams have a harder job tracking all online activity within their business. Many assets still escape their watchful eye, resulting in an incomplete picture for both security and compliancy purposes.
What’s more, risks originating in the supply chain are rising. These systems are not under an organisation’s direct control, but still hold their – often sensitive - data. Monitoring and controlling the risks coming from third parties is therefore necessary to stay ahead of potential incidents and dataleaks.
Our automated approach to attack surface management helps organisations uncover blind spots in their digital attack surface, including the risks from suppliers. We provide organisations with an outside-in and zero-scope perspective of their attack surface, the same way hackers would approach their target. The assets and risks within that surface are then assessed and categorised based on the severity of risks found, allowing for effective prioritization and mitigation of risks. This way, organisations are empowered to work together with their suppliers for a more secure supply chain.