IONIX

Tel Aviv, Israel
2016
  |  By Ralf Schmitz
By expanding its scope and introducing modernized requirements, the new NIS 2 Directive challenges organizations to elevate their cyber preparedness. This article explores how the directive affects a wide range of sectors and the critical infrastructure within them, detailing the requirements for compliance and highlighting the key role that IONIX plays in supporting organizations in meeting these regulations.
  |  By Ralf Schmitz
In the modern era of digitized operations, even non-tech companies must prioritize cybersecurity and operational resilience. This especially applies to industries where security is of paramount importance, such as the financial industry.
  |  By Fara Hain
In part 1 of this series, we covered a lot of ground including the three converging trends that point to the need for an attack surface management (ASM) solution – the growing attack surface, attackers having more opportunities and tools to infiltrate the attack surface, and manual SecOps being slow and ineffective. We also outlined the key features you should be looking for when selecting an ASM tool.
  |  By Nethanel Gelernter
The digital supply chain refers to the chain of third-party digital tools, services and infrastructure that is depended on for a particular first-party service (such as your website or SaaS platform). In an ever-changing digital landscape, supply chains can be brittle with many unseen risks. The nature of supply chain risk is transitive; any part of the often long and complicated digital supply chain can be compromised, causing all components downstream of it to also be compromised.
  |  By Nethanel Gelernter
The digital supply chain refers to the chain of third-party digital tools, services and infrastructure that is depended on for a particular first-party service (such as your website or SaaS platform). In an ever-changing digital landscape, supply chains can be brittle with many unseen risks. The nature of supply chain risk is transitive; any part of the often long and complicated digital supply chain can be compromised, causing all components downstream of it to also be compromised.
  |  By Nethanel Gelernter
As digital infrastructure becomes increasingly integrated into every day operations across various industries, ensuring the security of sensitive information becomes crucial for safeguarding both individuals and organizations from cyber threats. In the vast landscape of cybersecurity risks, two terms stand out: information disclosure and data exposure. Understanding these concepts is vital, as they can significantly impact trust and lead to potential repercussions.
  |  By Fara Hain
What is ASM, sometimes called EASM? A simple definition of External Attack Surface Management (ASM or EASM) is the process of defining and securing your organization from the outside-in. Your organization’s attack surface is made up of all the assets belonging to your organization, all of your vendor-managed assets, Cloud and SaaS assets, and all of their external third-party, fourth-party, and Nth-party connections that are visible to an outsider.
  |  By Billy Hoffman
Unauthenticated, remote attackers can execute arbitrary OS commands with root privileges against certain Palo Alto’s GlobalProtect firewalls, using a just announced critical severity vulnerability which is being actively exploited in the wild. While limited to specific versions and configurations, unauthenticated remote command execution vulnerabilities are among the most severe security vulnerabilities that exist. Indeed, CVE-2024-3400 has a critical 10 out of 10 rating under CVSS.
  |  By Fara Hain
In a time where cyber threats evolve as swiftly as the technologies they target, organizations need a strategic approach to rise above the noise while effectively reducing risk. Enter Continuous Threat Exposure Management (CTEM) — a paradigm-shift in cybersecurity introduced by Gartner. In this article, we compare and contrast CTEM with a closely related, traditional approach – vulnerability management – and discuss practical ways to apply CTEM in your organization.
  |  By Nethanel Gelernter
The nature of cybersecurity risk has evolved dramatically over time, challenging traditional approaches to security. Historically, organizations have concentrated their efforts on fortifying assets they directly own, assuming that this strategy provides sufficient protection. Unfortunately, this narrow focus fails to acknowledge a fundamental truth: attackers operate without regard for ownership boundaries.
  |  By IONIX
How to Expose Critical Threats and Proactively Prevent Breaches In today's cyber landscape, identifying and mitigating threats from an attacker's perspective is not just an option – it's a necessity. Watch this insightful fireside chat with Forrester Senior Analyst Erik Nost and IONIX CEO Marc Gaffan, as they dive into the world of Threat Exposure Management (TEM) and its pivotal role in safeguarding your business.
  |  By IONIX
Growing digital connectivity has led to the rise of digital supply-chain attacks. This session will explain, demonstrate, and provide statistics about the complexity of the problem and about attacks that arose due to dependencies on external infrastructures. While there is no simple solution to the problem, we will present a strategy to reduce exposure and create processes to avoid such vulnerabilities.
  |  By IONIX
Senior principal analyst and ESG fellow John Oltsik discusses Improving the Effectiveness of Attack Surface Management Programs.
  |  By IONIX
In a world where organizations cannot fix everything, security and IT teams need a practical way to identify and act on critical exposures. IONIX Threat Exposure Radar exposes critical risks so you can effectively reduce risk and improve your security posture.
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  |  By IONIX
​Gain control of your external attack surface and digital supply chain with Cyberpion and Azure Sentinel Nethanel Gelernter, Cyberpion
  |  By IONIX
The Apache Log4j vulnerability will likely continue to create challenges for security teams for months to come, and we want you to be prepared.
  |  By IONIX
We are kicking off December and Talking Cloud with the Co-Founder and CBO at Cyberpion. If you're like me, you're wondering how to pronounce the name of the company, let alone exactly what they do in the cloud. You'll not only learn how to properly pronounce the name of the company but also learn where the name came from and the unique solution they have built to address the hyper-connected world we all live in today. Hear my fun and informative discussion with Ran Nahamis.
  |  By IONIX
Cyberpion's Ecosystem Security platform enables security teams to identify and neutralize the rising threats stemming from vulnerabilities within the online assets throughout an enterprise's far-reaching, hyperconnected ecosystem.
  |  By IONIX
Download this complimentary report and learn why Omdia sees Cyberpion as well placed to carve out a share of the expanding EASM market, given the breadth of its current offering and its plans for where it needs to take its technology next.
  |  By IONIX
The move to the cloud has exponentially increased this phenomenon: The IT team is no longer required for provisioning storage, running an application, or configuring a server. Along with the growth in Shadow IT, the security risk has grown as well. Potential backdoors have been created and internal data has moved online, violating compliance requirements and compromising the organization's security posture.
  |  By IONIX
Full external attack surface visibility is just the first step to safeguarding your organization. Cyberpion goes beyond visibility to combine an attack surface vulnerability assessment for each connected asset, whether your own (first party) or from a third party. Moreover, the platform actively responds to major vulnerabilities, like dangling DNS records, by taking temporary ownership of the relevant IP address or subdomain to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands.
  |  By IONIX
Cybersecurity teams need to develop and maintain a set of practices around their online attack surface. These practices must include attack surface visibility and mapping of third-party connections as well as constant assessment of the risks of these connections. Controls must include the ability to detect and alert on risky or broken connections, coupled with automated remediation when feasible.

IONIX is the only EASM solution that discovers the full extent of your online risk exposure and actively protects your hyper-connected external attack surface.

With growing reliance on SaaS, Cloud, APIs, and 3rd party services, hyper-connectivity presents the fastest-growing and most serious risk to enterprises like yours. Mostly invisible, unmanaged, and everchanging, exposed hyper-connected assets, whether yours or your business partners, are easy entry points for attackers to exploit.

Operate Confidently Online with IONIX:

  • Attack Surface Discovery: Identify the internet-facing assets you own and their extended connections with unmatched coverage and precision.
  • Risk Assessment: Evaluate each discovered asset, its connectivity, and related kill chains for exploitable vulnerabilities and risks.
  • Comprehensive Reporting: Identify assets and connections that are no longer in use so you reduce your attack surface and exposure to risk.
  • Active Protection: Support your security team with Active Protection, so you prevent exploitation of your most vulnerable assets.
  • Risk Prioritization: Accelerate mitigation with a prioritized list of action items to help your security team effectively focus their efforts.
  • Workflow Integration: Integrate your current security tools including Microsoft Azure Sentinel, ServiceNow, Atlassian Jira, Splunk, and Cortex XSOAR.

Discover and Protect Your Attack Surface.