Risk, Vulnerability and Exposure Management.

Identify, quantify, prioritize and mitigate

cyber-security risk and compliance.

Management and Cybersecurity teams are often overwhelmed by the growing and widening attack surface and struggle to contextualize information from siloed security tools in operation.

Zafepass Approved Source Partners and Zafehouze Strategic Alliances Partners, join forces, with the purpose of providing comprehensive asset intelligence enabling the foundation for understanding your digital business 360-degrees, the security posture of your attack surface, and compared with threat intelligence - we present you with a best practice roadmap for mitigating Risk, Vulnerabilities, Exposures and remediation  actions enabling an unprecedented level of Compliance.

Vulnerability management strategies only focus on a portion of the attack surface.

Overwhelmed? The vast majority of CVEs, Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures affecting traditional IT, is not presenting a low risk of severity and exploit-ability anymore.

Unmanaged devices such as IoT and OT have a far higher percentage of Critical and Extremely Exploitable CVE’s, which result in a far great risk posture for an organization.

There are 1,000 CVEs with extremely high severity level (+9), 2,500 new are brought over from UNKNOWN to KNOWN each month. It's estimated  that more than +15,000 Critical Vulnerabilities are UNKNOWN.

These are the REAL RISK.

Contact us for immediate mitigation to improve your Cyber resilience

Security investments focus on worst-case scenarios rather than tackling root causes.

It's rarely what you see or know that enables Cyber-attacks - it's what you don't know or see. 

It's the UNKNOWN attack surfaces that eventually leads to a Zero-Day attack that is the crux of the issue.

The Cyber-industry is over-flooded with great solutions - some complex and expensive, others inexpensive, but are they doing the job?

SectorCERTs and Threat-Intel are a reactive defense model. The question is - 'how can you eliminate Zero-Day-attacks from being successful' 

Relying on detecting Cyber-criminal activity is problematic. They have improved their sophistication levels and new tools like AI is benefiting them. Reach out, we have a way!

Attackers continue to target the weakest link, users and overlooked and forgotten device types.

Users are probably the biggest attack vector, there are many other weak links, like assets and resources they don’t understand the purpose of …

Obsolete technology, un-patched vulnerabilities, high risk vulnerabilities and other “low-value” assets could be high-value targets.

In fact an even bigger weak link, is the reliance to "People, processes and Technology".

Removing the human link - your can simply turn the model up-side-down.

'Technology, Processes and People'.

Using technology leveraging guard-railed micro-perimeter and Comply-to-Connect based security, users can't subvert the system anymore.