Companies grow through mergers and acquisitions. Marketing teams promote new products. New products spawn new web domains. As brand names, URLs, and cloud IT infrastructure proliferate, so do enterprises’ vulnerability to online attacks. At the same time, security professionals working with limited resources find it increasingly challenging to maintain oversight of their online assets.
Googling your organization’s name will bring up all sorts of information. However, there’s more to the internet than the surface web that’s accessed through regular search engines: the deep web and the dark web. To stay ahead of potential threats and maximize incident response performance, security teams need a complete view of their organization’s presence across all areas of the internet.
Coming into 2023, we predicted that the economic downturn would fuel sophisticated fraud, the growth of serverless workloads will increase the attack surface, and there would be more MFA bombing attacks. As we look to 2024, Outpost24’s team of security experts have predicted the emerging threats that will shape the cybersecurity landscape. Dark AI tools, and a shift in security priorities are some of the challenges that organizations will face.
Building trust with customers often starts by demonstrating the right security controls. In the digital age, data security is paramount, and adherence to standards like ISO/IEC 27001, PCI DSS, and SOC 2 has become a key differentiator in the competitive market landscape.