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Attack Surface Management

You can’t protect what you can’t see

Hadrian’s modern approach to asset discovery and contextualization is a departure from traditional ways of Attack Surface Management. With insights from a hacker's perspective, companies gain a significantly deeper understanding of their external attack surface.

Why is attack surface management important?

Why is attack surface management important?

The recent growth of the Internet of Things and cloud sharing services caused attack surfaces to expand rapidly. In fact, on average 30 - 40% of an enterprise’s IT infrastructure is unknown.

For this and many other reasons, old pentesting and vulnerability management practices are becoming obsolete. Hadrian combines automation and other technological innovations to offer a modern way of monitoring external attack surface. That way our proactive security platform can autonomously identify critical flaws with unprecedented speed and accuracy.

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Asset discovery

Know what you have

OSINT reconnaissance

Hadrian uses expert open-source data collectors to accelerate data discovery on digital assets. Hadrian's focus on speed in the discovery phase allows for insights to be acquired in real time, so organizations can stay ahead of cybercriminals.

Passive Data Sources

Hadrian’s passive data sources are used to create local data caches containing real time traffic, internet crawling and scanning results, and fingerprints for SaaS platforms and open-source software. Through building a detailed external footprint Hadrian ensures immediate onboarding and accelerated security assessment.

Active Scanning

Active scanning approximates a hacker’s outside-in approach to companies’ attack surface infrastructure. Through fully autonomous, zero-trust, targeted modules, Hadrian uses techniques such as brute forcing for DNS layers, and exploitation of Server-side request forgery to provide detailed insights on ever changing vulnerabilities.

AI predictive reconnaissance

Through use of ML models Hadrian uses targeted scanning to increase the time-effectiveness of asset discovery. Based on information collected from given and previously discovered assets, Hadrian continuously generates new potential assets and vulnerabilities to test in company infrastructure.

Identify unknown unknowns

Identify unknown unknowns

Hadrian’s external approach to attack surface mapping helps to illuminate critical vulnerabilities and risks. Without any prior insight into company infrastructure, Hadrian's methodology can identify more complex attack points and digital assets that security teams did not know belonged to the organization.

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Asset relations

Use graph-based mapping to understand asset relations

Effective visualization

Hadrian takes a graph-based approach to mapping attack surfaces, allowing for effective visualizations of constantly changing asset relations. Graph-based maps are especially suited for assessing decentralized Web 3.0 systems, as well as expanding attack surfaces.

Cross-platform capabilities

Graph-based maps make it easy to map links between assets across different platforms. By linking assets, Hadrian ensures a comprehensive view of the attack surface, taking into consideration multi-platform cloud sharing providers and a wide variety of domains and digital assets.

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