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Ecosystem Risk
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Without breaching any of your internal IT assets, attackers can steal user data and damage your company’s reputation.

By injecting malicious code or taking over your assets via your third parties, threat actors put your customers and employees at risk without leaving a trace.

Cyberpion’s Ecosystem Security platform detects and analyzes these threats before they’re exploited.

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The Importance Of Connections

When code or DNS records connect to a non-existent IP, attackers can take ownership of the IP address and host malicious content under your domain.

These connections are created as IT teams rapidly adapt the infrastructure to meet the shifting needs of the business. Visitors to these sites trust your brand and domain and won’t hesitate to provide login credentials, personal data, or financial data.

Cyberpion identifies and alerts on both potential asset abuse as well as currently abused assets to enable security teams to mitigate these critical issues as quickly as possible.

Calculating the Risk Your Organization's Connections

Cyberpion’s multi-layered vulnerability assessment engine continually analyzes the risk of your connected assets:

DNS configuration: DNS entries can result in abused assets or rogue mail servers leveraging your company’s brand reputation to dupe trusting customers. Less critical configuration issues create problems affecting website responsiveness or resiliency.

Cloud and CDN configurations: Whether as a direct or indirect part of your ecosystem, cloud misconfiguration creates opportunities for attackers to breach your organization. Cyberpion not only detects these vulnerabilities, but also offers clear action items to mitigate these issues and protect your organization.

PKI and TLS management: PKI and TLS issues are indicative of poor management or encryption practices, which is an easy target for hackers seeking to read encrypted communications.

Web security best practices: Poor adherence to web security best practices, like the use of secure http headers, exposes you to exploits and damages that are easily avoidable.

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Different Dependencies, Different Levels Of Risk

Once you have a list of all your vulnerabilities, Cyberpion ranks them by significance to determine which issues should be tackled first. If the vulnerable asset serves an image, the risk is lower. If there’s malicious JavaScript on your site, the risk is higher.

By tackling the most critical issues first, your organization’s overall risk exponentially decreases over time.

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