The Risks of Exposed Development Environments

Posted by Reposify on October 29, 2020 6:23:21 AM EDT


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Topics: "Attack Surface Management", Cloud storage, Attack Surface, cyber risk management

How to reduce Shadow IT with engaging awareness training

Posted by Reposify on October 6, 2020 5:43:22 AM EDT

We set down with Kfir Tzukrel, CISO at Direct Finance for a chat about the risks of Shadow IT and how to make cyber security awareness training engaging and fun. 

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Topics: "risk assessment", "IT Security Audits", "Attack Surface Management", shadow it risks, Attack Surface

How to stay on top of your ever-changing Attack Surface

Posted by Reposify on September 30, 2020 3:28:59 AM EDT

"Truly understanding the full scope of the business and its risks is a huge challenge. its constantly changing and you need to react quickly."

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Topics: "risk assessment", "IT Security Audits", "Attack Surface Management", Attack Surface

Why you Should Secure your Test Environments

Posted by Koby Meir on September 24, 2020 4:32:26 AM EDT

While test environments are a vital part of the deployment process, when it comes to security they are not treated equally. The need to secure your production environment is a given but unfortunately, test environments often suffer from low to no security and in some cases are unnecessarily exposed to the web.

A typical deployment pipeline includes three non-production test environments each serving its own purpose.

Development: This is where the initial magic happens. It is the workspace in which developers can deploy and test code and make frequent changes per need.

QA (also referred to as Testing): In this test environment, testers focus on bug fixes and on ensuring that each component in the application is working properly.

Staging: This environment is used for the final stages of testing before the release to production. Out of all the test environments, staging typically mimics the production environment and oftentimes, real data is used in order to ensure the application is reliable and will not fail in production.

Such test environments may contain source code of future features that are not yet meant to be publicly available. In addition, they often include real production data and API keys. Such exposed test environments pose weak entry points into internal networks and can lead to data exposure and leaks.

In addition to potential leaks, since most test environments are not regularly monitored, attackers could "practice" their exploits on exposed staging environments until they are ready and able to take down your live application in one shot.

Every week, Reposify’s attack surface management platform discovers millions of exposed test environments including development, QA and staging environments which were left unprotected and can be easily accessed online and exploited by attackers.

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Topics: Attack Surface, test environments


Posted by Reposify on September 21, 2020 8:21:32 AM EDT

We’ve asked Reposify’s cybersecurity experts to share 31 of their best tips for reducing attack surface risks.

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Topics: "Respoify IoT Scanner", "Attack Surface Management", "Security Risk Assessment", shadow it risks, Attack Surface