360° Attack Surface Management: How to secure all your attack vectors

What is an Attack Surface?

The attack surface of your organisation is the number of attack vectors that could be used to access private and sensitive data or launch a cyberattack. Attack vectors may include staffing, network, physical, software or third-party vulnerabilities.

The number of data breaches reported on a global scale underscores the need for reducing the attack surface and the number of attack vectors.

For this webinar, we invited a cybersecurity expert from CyberCyte to discuss asset management, types of the attack surface, and practical ways you can secure your attack vectors.

During this webinar we will cover:

  • External VS internal Attack Surface and the importance of both;
  • How to discover all your assets and vulnerabilities;
  • Vulnerability mitigation process;
  • Third parties - are they a part of your attack surface?;
  • Fourth and fifth-party risks;

    BONUS: All attendees will receive a practical guide on how to deal with common attack vectors.

360° Attack Surface Management webinar: Secure all your attack vectors

Watch the recorded webinar

Join our 360° Attack Surface Management Webinar

April 18th, 2023  | 12:00 pm BST  |  45 minutes + Q&A


What will this webinar help you achieve?

This webinar will allow you to:

Understand what's included in your attack surface and how to discover all of your attack vectors
Learn how to manage your attack surface and mitigate vulnerabilities
How to discover your hidden assests, including third-party and fourth-party assets
Get a guide on dealing with the common attack vectors with practical advices from security experts

Meet our speakers for this webinar:


Darren Craig, RiskXchange

A cybersecurity expert with 20+ years in the industry and the CEO of RiskXchange, Darren founded RiskXchange to help companies of all sizes reduce their attack surface by providing an easy-to-use real-time security risk rating platform. 


Necati Ertugrul, CyberCyte

Necati has more than 20 years of experience in cybersecurity, certified as CISSP, PMP and ISO 27001 lead auditor, he previously worked in different technical and managerial roles, until he founded CyberCyte in 2018.