Understand your Attack Surface using Open Source Intelligence and Global Internet Scans

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National Certs and Security Teams use our Cyber OSINT platform to identify systems which are exposed on the internet and to analyze how widespread new types of vulnerabilities are.

Geographical & network topological distribution

Customized global scans for novel vulnerabilities

Trend analysis, e.g. patch cycles

Sector-specific analysis and identification of unknown national cyber threats

Use Cases

Cyber Situation Report

You want to know how severely your country is affected by a 0-day vulnerability or you are looking for an analysis tool to cover all vulnerable systems in a specific sector?

With the help of our Cyber OSINT platform, we create individual cyber situation reports for you and help you to identify and categorize threats.

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Cyber OSINT

You are a Security Operation Center (SOC) operator looking for an up-to-date inventory of all your external internet-facing systems?

Our Cyber OSINT identifies your external IP-enabled assets. Our threat analysis helps you generate cybersecurity KPIs.

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Cyber Situation Report

Vulnerable CITRIX Server

When the CVE-2019-19781 – Vulnerability in Citrix Application Delivery Controller, Citrix Gateway, and Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance was published, we conducted three Internet-Scans.

The side-by-side comparison of the two heatmaps shows how the data we generate can be used for cyber situation reports. We used recurrent scans to visualize the development of the number of vulnerable servers for the CITRIX vulnerability published in December 2019. The heatmaps illustrate the difference in scans from Jan. 11th, 2020 to Jan. 21st 2020 and the associated positive trend nicely. For example the scan results have been shared with the German BSI – Nationales IT-Lagezentrum und Meldestelle.

Case Study

Epidemic? The Attack Surface of German Hospitals during the COVID-19 Pandemic

We analyzed the attack surface of German hospitals and healthcare providers in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. The results of the study were presented at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) 13th International Conference on Cyber Conflict in May 2021.

The study shows that 32 percent of the services analyzed were vulnerable to varying degrees, and 36 percent of all hospitals examined had points of attack.

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