Author: Reposify

Reposify, which today announced an $8.5 million seed round of funding, said that its platform for external attack surface management (EASM) uses AI to rapidly identify vulnerabilities in a customer’s internet-facing and internal assets.
The move to cloud changes how organizations protect data by creating distributed workforces and IT ecosystems. In parallel, threat actors target organizations because they know that these changes create visibility issues. 
Many organizations don’t realize that as they move mission-critical operations to the cloud, they also lose visibility into their assets. The answer lies in learning how to improve IT asset management.
With real-time visibility into the external attack surface, Red Teams can know when new assets go online for dynamic security across complex cloud and IT infrastructures.
External Attack Surface Management
Gartner has named Reposify to its 2021 Emerging Vendors list in the external attack surface management (‘EASM’) security category.
External Attack Surface Management
Reposify's research team examined the security posture of leading pharmaceutical companies worldwide and found the industry's 4 most prevalent and vulnerable attack surface exposures.
External Attack Surface Management
Before we headed to the Yearly Black Hat event of 2021 in Las Vegas, we ran security checks on leading las Vegas casinos, and we discovered three unexpected exposures.
As security professionals descend upon the city of Vegas for Black Hat, Reposify has uncovered critical security exposures in the city's leading casinos.
The Black Hat event is holding its respectful reputation as the most hostile network in the world. Before you attend the event, we created a shortlist of dos and don'ts to help you best prepare.
Black Hat USA
While Covid-19 pushed many companies to digitize, they have yet to fully comprehend the necessity of creating a compatible cybersecurity strategy covering all potential weak spots. Here’s a look back into the biggest cybersecurity breaches of H1 2021.
Cyber Attacks