Attack Surface Management – CODERED ASM

Staying Ahead Of Cyber Threats

Attack surface management helps to identify and mitigate cyber risks such as human errors, misconfigurations, vulnerabilities, and credential leaks.

Over 80%

of the security issues reported are a result of public exposure due to security misconfigurations and vulnerable attack surfaces.

Gartner reported 1 out of 3

of cyber attacks are targeting the unmanaged IT asset, known as shadow IT, as cyber adversaries always go for low-hanging fruits.

Over 10.3 billion USD

in losses were reported in the year 2022 due to phishing attacks. Most of the successful account takeover attacks are leveraging on the stolen credentials from darknet market.


You Can Only Protect What You Know

  • Continuously collect and analyze your attack surface.
  • Identify vulnerabilities, human errors, and mitigate emerging threats.
  • Ongoing discovery of unknown and unmanaged assets, digital exposure, and threats.
  • Proactively minimize the risk of successful cyber attacks and reduce overall exposure risk.
  • Continuously assess your sensitive data exposure, compromised accounts, and data breaches on the dark web.
  • Respond to and mitigate risks promptly.

Your First Line of Defence

With the revolutionary integration of AI/ML and human intelligence, our CODERED ASM technology ensures that you can focus your resources on real security risks and respond with greater effectiveness and efficiency.

Respond Anytime and Anywhere

Our mobile app is designed to empower users with security management capabilities at their fingertips. With this app, you can confidently protect your organization’s digital assets and respond swiftly anytime, anywhere.
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What we identify

Comprehensive Exposure Categories

Shadow IT

The findings in this exposure category are related to unmanaged IT assets, such as old or unused IT assets, non-production IT assets, or services that are not supposed to be publicly accessible. Shadow assets are particularly susceptible to becoming prime targets for threat actors aiming to circumvent or compromise your existing security controls.

System Compromise

The observations in this exposure category are related to unauthorized entities gaining access to your organization's IT systems. Specifically, these observations indicate that one of your assets is compromised and communicating with sinkholes, command-and-control (C&C) servers, or engaging in malicious activities such as attacking other systems within your network or acting as a source of spam and phishing. This can occur through various attack vectors, including malware, phishing, or exploiting unpatched services. Once a system is compromised, threat actors can exfiltrate sensitive information, deploy ransomware, or use the compromised system as a launchpad for further attacks. In the event of a compromise, an emergency incident response and a thorough security breach/compromise assessment are necessary to contain and mitigate the active threats.

Phishing Threat

This exposure category indicates that your IT service users or customers may be susceptible to phishing attacks that use domain spoofing or phishing techniques to trick them into revealing their login credentials.

User Credentials Leak

User account information, including email addresses, was exposed in a recent data breach of public sites. The compromised user credentials are highly vulnerable to credential stuffing, account takeover (ATO), and phishing attacks.

Sensitive Data Leak

This category indicates the data breaches of IT assets or services involving the Personal Identifiable Information (PII) of your IT users or consumers.

Security Misconfiguration and Public Exposure

The IT assets or services lack minimum security configurations according to industry standards or best practices. This exposure category would also indicate that your IT assets or services are in default configuration state thus becoming the easy targets to the threat actors.

Vulnerable Attack Surface

This exposure category indicates vulnerabilities resulting from outdated components in your IT assets or services.

DDoS Target

This exposure category refer to an intended target of a DDoS attack and misconfigured network services, which are vulnerable to DDoS reflection often over UDP.

Internet Reputation Risk

The data of this exposure category is associated with the IP, domain or website reputations of your organization that are categorized as malicious or blacklisted by various cyber intelligence communities. Data is also obtained to identify the leech or pirate websites that are resembling your organization, potentially impacting your branding and reputation directly.

Branding and Reputation Risk

The observations of this exposure category indicate that unauthorized use of your brand, trademark infringement and impersonation on various platforms, including social media and mobile app stores, that lead to confusion, deception, or mistakes about the source of your goods and services.

Third Party Risk

Vulnerabilities and security risks have been identified in the third-party infrastructure associated with your organization's IT assets or services. These third-party risks may both directly and indirectly impact the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your IT services and your overall business reputation.


Miscellaneous is to cater for the branding and other specific cyber risk monitoring requirements customized for certain customers.

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