Company-Wide Risk Identification
Instantly identify where the risks reside in your business, whether they be in assets, departments, or people. See all historical risks, including credentials, identities, and data breaches that have put your business at risk.
Full historical and ongoing risk reporting
See all historical data leaked about your company, as well as all historical data breaches that may have leaked your information. Get real time alerts as new risks are identified and secure the company before it’s attacked.
Risk identification per employee / department
Segment your risk based on specific employees and departments, identifying if there are specific clusters of risk that you need to mitigate.
See exactly what a hacker sees, including where the file came from and all metadata. Learn what types of information were exposed during a data breach, allowing you to respond to the situation in a precise manner.
Data Leaks and Threats
Gain instant access to all historical and ongoing data that has been leaked about your business, your employees, and your end users. Credentials, identities, PII Personally Identifiable Information, and other sensitive types of information are constantly being traded by hackers and you can receive real-time access to that intelligence.
Identify and stop threats before they get worse
Find credentials, synthetic identities, spear-phishing campaigns, and other ways hackers will attack your business before they have time to execute their attacks. See all threats historically to make sure that nothing slipped by your notice.
Transparent and actionable data leak alerts
See where your information came from in deep details, such as the file, the source of the file, and exactly where in the file your data was found. No more guessing about the origins of these threats, you can trace your information back to the source.
Easy integration into your existing program
With a full RESTful API, you can let the software do the heavy lifting. With easy to use credential spraying, alerting, and resolving endpoints, you can add threat intelligence to any platform.
Data Breaches and Third Parties
Find out about new data breaches in real time, often days, weeks or months before an official disclosure. Review all third parties for a history of data breaches, making sure that you are partnering with secure companies.
Historical third party reports
See all of the data breaches that have occurred at your third-parties in the past decade. Dive in deep and see exactly what types of information was stolen and what regulatory triggers may have occurred.
Real-time breach alerting
Be the first to know about new data breaches, giving your company critical hours, days, and weeks to respond before an official disclosure. Stop the domino effect of third-party breaches.
Third-party data leak analysis
See the level of data leak exposure for your third parties, identifying if there is a high level of risk, disproportionate to the third party risk you expect.
Employee and Department Risks
Find your risk based on active threat intelligence, not just for the company but per employee and per department. Stop hackers in their tracks before they exploit risky employees or take advantage of high risk departments.
Pinpoint your employee risk
Hackers break into companies through employees, as employees are the easiest way into a business. Find the most at-risk employees and protect them while reducing their risk of exploitation.
Find the departments that need additional help
Some departments have a culture of security and other departments need help building their security habits. By finding the most at-risk departments, you can strategically sign up those departments for additional training and support, before their security habits cause organizational disasters.
Reward your security heroes
Companies have employees who take security risks seriously, going above and beyond to remove risks and promote good security habits. By finding who is resolving risk and which departments are valuing security, you can highlight the good work inside the company which others can strive for.
Habits and Improvements
Build good security habits throughout your organization by alerting every individual to risks and arming them with specific concrete steps to resolve those risks. By informing everyone about the risks that they face and how they can protect themselves and the company, they have the tools to clean up their own security problems, ensuring everyone is doing their part to protect the company.
Build a strong foundation of security habits
By reminding employees to practice good security habits such as resetting passwords, using unique passwords, and turning on multi-factor authentication, employees will start practicing security habits without prompting.
Track the organizational risk level as it changes
See when new risks are identified and when those risks are resolved. Companies can know if they are getting better or worse and what they need to do to remediate events.
With active credential stuffing, the same attacks that hackers would use against your business can be mimicked to give your team a secure advantage. With a continuous program in place, you can ensure that your accounts are not low hanging fruit for automated credential spraying scripts.
Find and protect vulnerable accounts
By using live credentials you can find the accounts that are about to be taken over by credential spraying and lock down those accounts before they are exploited.
Phishing and Spear Phishing
Through access to the identities that are used as part of phishing and spear-phishing attacks, you can see what emails need higher controls and how hackers are going to attack your business. As you find accounts that hackers plan to target, you can set up honeypots and use active defense to make sure that those attacks will not be successful.
Instant access to all identities at your company
Know what a hacker knows about your employees and see what details they will use as part of their phishing campaigns.
Know which third parties are compromised and stop them from being a launch point for hackers. Revoke access, limit data sharing, and pause infrastructure until you know that your third party is safe.
Real-time alerts to data breaches as they occur
Through active and continuous research, be the first to know when a third-party has been breached, what was stolen, and what you need to do about it.
Risky Websites and Shadow IT
Gain critical insights into risky websites that your employees are going to with company resources, as well as what third parties they have signed up for, without your knowledge or permission. Gain visibility into some of the weakest vendors in your supply chain by identifying your shadow IT.
See when employees are going to risky websites
Through monitoring employee habits and data leaks, the websites employees are using with their corporate assets and email addresses become visible.
Review your shadow IT
As employees monitor their frequent sites, you can find vendors that you didn’t know about and review how those vendors impact your security posture.