ProcessBolt ThreatScape Verifies Assessment Responses
ProcessBolt’s ThreatScape actively correlates attack surface data with assessment responses, ensuring the alignment and consistency between the two. By simultaneously analyzing the vendor’s internet-facing attack surfaces and assessment responses, ThreatScape validates the accuracy of the assessment by verifying its correspondence with real-world attack surface data.
With ThreatScape, you can detect adverse changes in your vendors’ security posture continuously, and leverage attack surface data to verify assessment responses
ThreatScape’s proprietary sourcing algorithm gives it the unique ability to provide the most accurate and real-time attack surface intelligence possible.
ThreatScape sources its own data instead of relying on purchased, often stale batched data. Identify risks that may not be uncovered in the vendor risk assessment process or risks that surface in between assessments.
ThreatScape’s proprietary scoring algorithm looks at billions of data points to calculate a vendor score across 4 different domains – data security, domain reputation, e-mail security, and network security.
Customer definable scoring methodology helps clients define their business context with their vendors to get an accurate picture of their security risk exposure.
ThreatScape provides actionable insights for risks that are identified, enabling organizations to share these findings at no cost, ensuring timely remediation of issues.
Easy-to-understand dashboards and reports provide you with complete visibility into your own, and your vendor network’s attack surfaces.
How ThreatScape Works
Features & Benefits
Real-Time Attack Surface Data
We source all of our data internally and do not rely on batch data, which is often stale
ThreatScape notifies you of any adverse changes in an organization’s security posture, ensuring that these gaps in security are immediately addressed before it is too late
ThreatScape correlates attack surface data with assessment responses, ensuring the alignment and consistency between the two
Facilitates Timely Remediation
We provide actionable intelligence and do not charge vendors to receive access to their ThreatScape findings, making sure they have access to all relevant information so they can remediate risks
Gain Insight and Automate Alerts to Reduce Risk
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ProcessBolt’s ThreatScape can help you protect against gaps in your company’s and your vendors’ digital ecosystem by identifying and monitoring internet-facing assets in real-time. Get your free ThreatScape report today.
Yes, customers can share ThreatScape reports with their vendors to create a productive dialogue and help remediate issues as they arise in real time.
No, ProcessBolt sources its own risk data and does not rely on third-party data sources.
As a vendor, you want the most secure environment possible. Vendors who use ThreatScape dramatically increase the security of their systems and data, thus proving their due diligence to potential buyers.
ThreatScape shows you exactly how a hacker views the gaps in your environment and your vendors’ environments. By identifying and closing these gaps, you strengthen your security posture against hackers.
ThreatScape is an Attack Surface Management and Security Rating System that provides customers with real-time insight about their own and their vendors’ internet-facing posture on a continuous basis, providing actionable insight to improve their security posture. In addition, the AI algorithms automatically correlate a vendor’s internet-facing attack surface data with their assessment responses to present an accurate picture of a vendor’s security gaps. ThreatScape offers an easy-to-use visual dashboard displaying how an enterprise and its vendors are performing over time.
No. Vulnerability scanning performed once a year is inadequate to guard against hackers. By only analyzing the current state of your environment on an annual basis, you’re allowing the potential for unauthorized access to go undetected for the remainder of the year.
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