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Case Study - Identifying Vulnerabilities

See how ThreatPipes is used offensively to uncover assets in your network that are susceptible to being exploited.

As you grow, so does your network.

It can be hard to keep track of the services and assets you use.

Employees might also expose some of these, albeit unintentionally, to snoopers who might be looking to exploit them.

An increasing number exposed databases, often containing sensitive information, have been dumped on the internet where simple security measures were overlooked.

Network architecture, open ports, software vulnerabilities and other sensitive information is regularly being crawled by both targeted and grab and go attackers.

ThreatPipes is used to monitor for such vulnerabilities.

Using 100’s of external sources (like Shodan, BinaryEdge, Google searches, and so on…), ThreatPipes will build up a picture of what you are exposing to the internet.

ThreatPipes will also look for relationships between exposed assets with other sources.

If a database appears on data breach, if there is talk about a particular technology you’re using on the darkweb, if there are known vulnerabilities in your tech stack.

All of these piece of information, and many more, are curated into ThreatPipes reports that point you to the most severe risks identified so you can focus on the most critical first.

And as you grow, so does your network.

ThreatPipes will keep an eye on all your infrastructure, both known and unknown over time.

As employees spin up infrastructure on new services that could be exploited, ThreatPipes will alert you immediately so you can address before a potential threat uncovers them.

Try ThreatPipes against your own infrastructure to uncover vulnerabilities…