External Threat Management is the practice of using tools, processes and methods of analysis to detect and mitigate external threats to your organization.
The External Threat Management Problem
In today’s social media and cloud driven world, your organization unwittingly enables bad actors by providing them vast amounts of information. From content to technical information, bad actors weaponize this information and engage in their exploits. To make this worse, SaaS applications in every industry have hyper-accelerated shadow IT, the software and services employees use without explicit organizational approval.
With this rapid sprawl outside the control traditional security tools, your organization simply cannot rely on manual processes and analysis to identify and manage external risk effectively. You face an exponentially growing blind spot that will lead threats being successfully executed against your organization resulting in reputation damage, regulatory issues and revenue loss. DigitalStakeout solves this problem and enables you to defend your organization from external threats 24 x 7.
Your External Threat Dilemma
In the past, being proactive with external threat management came with substantial barriers to entry in terms of cost, quality and complexity. By drawing on extensive experience in security, data science and cloud, we are breaking all these barriers. Our solution is world-class and the support and insight you will get from our team is second to none.
Why DigitalStakeout is a leader in External Threat Management
Leveraging machine learning and artificial insight, our proprietary technology detects external threats to your organization other cyber security tools & services will miss.
DigitalStakeout’s best-in-class customer support gives you access to subject matter expert resources to get the most value out of an external threat management investment.
“DigitalStakeout has an extremely flexible data model capable of aggregating information from a broad set of digital channels — including several dark web sources — and automatically applying a nearly limitless set of metadata and classifiers.”