Continuous Monitoring with Darkbeam

Every company you partner with or purchase from is a potential target for bad actors. With cyber attacks on companies increasing and the average cost of a data breach sitting above $3m, it is critical that modern businesses keep a constant watch on their cyber security risks.

Digital risks evolve quickly. It only takes one mistake from one supplier to expose potentially harmful information or access to criminals. This could be as simple as your employees’ email addresses or as harmful as login credentials or even your customers’ personal information.

How can companies discover new risks quickly?

Using Darkbeam’s Horizon platform, companies can continuously monitor their entire third party ecosystem for emerging risks.

Horizon’s Watchlist feature allows users to group partners and suppliers into lists, with each list being completely re-audited every week. Lists can even be re-audited on-demand at the click of a button.

Change indicators show how the extent to which risks have emerged or been mitigated since the last audit and severity indicators flag risks which need to be addressed urgently.

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Enjoy a hackers-eye view and a security specialist’s mindset

Darkbeam’s advanced Horizon platform approaches your ecosystem like a threat actor would. It checks for exposed email addresses that can be phished, login credentials that have been leaked, insecure connections that can be intercepted and even exposed databases that can be accessed.

After assessing your threat landscape, the system presents your risks like a cyber security specialist. Your domain and every partner / supplier, each laid out in a 31 point report aligned to the MITRE ATT&CK® framework.

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