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Buyer's Guide

CAASM Buyer's Guide

Explore how Attack Surface Management (ASM) has changed and why new technologies like Cyber Asset Attack Surface Management (CAASM) are necessary for better security hygiene and a stronger security posture. Inside you’ll find CAASM use cases, best practice principles and a technology review to help you identify whether CAASM is right for your business.

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Your attack surface is constantly changing - your risk management strategy should, too.

As a cybersecurity or IT professional you’ll know that the industry’s alphabet soup is a running joke. But in truth, the ‘soup’ is necessary. The threat landscape literally changes every day, and so must the tools and techniques we use to defend against it.

According to a recent report from Accenture, 63% of high-growth companies have adopted a work-from-anywhere model. Workplace definitions are changing, while hyper-expanding risk surfaces.

Traditional data protection used to focus on a business’s perimeter and the assets (hardware and software) that operated within its “walls”. Yet today’s borderless workplaces mean the perimeter no longer exists and instead creates almost a limitless attack surface. Every asset is critical for the sensitive data it collects, stores and shares.

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