Ann Arbor’s Censys Inc., a provider of internet security data used by Google and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, has announced the upcoming launch of its enterprise-level attack surface management software platform that provides real-time visibility and actionable insights over entire network attack surfaces.
Slated to be available this fall, the Censys SaaS offering will enable security and information technology personnel from enterprise organizations to automatically detect, view, and monitor all assets and infrastructure including hosts, software, domains, and internet of things devices to mitigate exposures and threats.
It offers real-time visibility of risks, vulnerabilities, and exposures from an attacker’s perspective and notifies users when they should investigate changes in assets and anomalous behavior.
“The possibility of discovering an unknown asset or vulnerability that could be exploited by adversaries keeps the IT community up at night,” says David Corcoran, co-founder and CEO of Censys. “In order to prevent critical security risks, corporations absolutely must have an up-to-date inventory of all assets and connected devices used by their employees, contractors, and vendors. The ability to continuously monitor your global attack surface and to receive real-time notifications on threats or suspicious activity will take a large burden off IT and security teams.”
Censys has scanned the entire internet for security-relevant data to provide a comprehensive view of the world’s networks and devices since 2013. The new platform allows businesses the same security insights and global visibility.