Managing Risk Outside Your Four Walls: Strategies for Protecting Your External Attack Surface
Security practitioners are increasingly put to task to address threats and risks occurring outside the traditional four walls of the enterprise. Referred to as a company’s external attack surface, it comprises typosquat domains; fake websites, apps, and ads; counterfeit sales; email compromise; and social media fraud.
And with technology stacks piling high, security teams are increasingly looking for efficient engines that can detect and act against these external activities in real time - including scams propagated through multiple platforms and channels. These capabilities, which help move security from "reactive" to "proactive," can lower an enterprise's risk level, drive cyber insurance savings, and help leaders better anticipate and understand where risk might occur.
Join ISMG's Tom Field for a moderated discussion that will draw from the experience of the attendees, offering key insights around Internet attack surface risks, understanding cross-platform scams, and related security challenges.
Discussion topics will include:
- With the volume of phishing sites still on the rise, what steps are your organization taking to address these scams?
- Has your organization taken proactive measures to combat fraud occurring on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or Reddit - which can even lead to the discovery of more comprehensive fraud?
- What strategies or solutions are you relying on to reduce your risk profile and gain visibility outside the traditional "four walls"?
- In what ways will AI and ML capabilities make tomorrow's fraud prevention demonstrably less "reactive"?
Joining Tom Field to provide expert insight and case studies is Shashi Prakash, Co-Founder and CTO of Bolster, Inc.