Recently, vendors of security rating services have added attack surface analysis services to their commercial offerings. These offerings are not based on newly developed products but rather on the positioning of their existing solutions for a new use case. However, the attempt to apply such solutions to the analysis of external attack surface risks is not only wrong but also dangerous. Security rating services are simply not built for purpose and as a result, leave organizations with risky blind spots.
SSL certificates grant authentication to your websites or domains and are critical for ensuring a proper encrypting of Internet traffic and verifying servers’ identity. Without these certificates, end users will have no way of knowing if the website they are currently browsing is who it claims it is.
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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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We’ve asked Reposify’s cybersecurity experts to share 31 of their best tips for reducing attack surface risks.