2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

2021 Cortex Xpanse Attack Surface Threat Report

Lessons in attack surface management from leading global enterprises

Lessons in attack surface management from leading global enterprises

Lessons in attack surface management from leading global enterprises

Lessons in attack surface management from leading global enterprises

Lessons in attack surface management from leading global enterprises

Lessons in attack surface management from leading global enterprises

Lessons in attack surface management from leading global enterprises

Lessons in attack surface management from leading global enterprises

Lessons in attack surface management from leading global enterprises

Lessons in attack surface management from leading global enterprises

Racing Adversaries in Mean Time to Inventory

Racing Adversaries in Mean Time to Inventory

Racing Adversaries in Mean Time to Inventory

Racing Adversaries in Mean Time to Inventory

Racing Adversaries in Mean Time to Inventory

Racing Adversaries in Mean Time to Inventory

Racing Adversaries in Mean Time to Inventory

Racing Adversaries in Mean Time to Inventory

Racing Adversaries in Mean Time to Inventory

Racing Adversaries in Mean Time to Inventory

Malicious actors are opportunistic predators, constantly searching for vulnerable targets. Unfortunately, adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. It’s not just an arms race in terms of conducting cyberattacks and protecting against them. There’s also a sprint to detect systems vulnerable to cyberthreats.

To help enterprises gain ground, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex® Xpanse™ research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses. From January to March 2021, we monitored scans of 50 million IP addresses associated with 50 global enterprises, including a subset of the Fortune 500, to understand how quickly adversaries can identify vulnerable systems for exploitation.

In this report, we share our key findings, information on the top threats in attack surface management, and insights on how to ensure your organization is secure.

Malicious actors are opportunistic predators, constantly searching for vulnerable targets. Unfortunately, adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. It’s not just an arms race in terms of conducting cyberattacks and protecting against them. There’s also a sprint to detect systems vulnerable to cyberthreats.

To help enterprises gain ground, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex® Xpanse™ research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses. From January to March 2021, we monitored scans of 50 million IP addresses associated with 50 global enterprises, including a subset of the Fortune 500, to understand how quickly adversaries can identify vulnerable systems for exploitation.

In this report, we share our key findings, information on the top threats in attack surface management, and insights on how to ensure your organization is secure.

Malicious actors are opportunistic predators, constantly searching for vulnerable targets. Unfortunately, adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. It’s not just an arms race in terms of conducting cyberattacks and protecting against them. There’s also a sprint to detect systems vulnerable to cyberthreats.

To help enterprises gain ground, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex® Xpanse™ research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses. From January to March 2021, we monitored scans of 50 million IP addresses associated with 50 global enterprises, including a subset of the Fortune 500, to understand how quickly adversaries can identify vulnerable systems for exploitation.

In this report, we share our key findings, information on the top threats in attack surface management, and insights on how to ensure your organization is secure.

Malicious actors are opportunistic predators, constantly searching for vulnerable targets. Unfortunately, adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. It’s not just an arms race in terms of conducting cyberattacks and protecting against them. There’s also a sprint to detect systems vulnerable to cyberthreats.

To help enterprises gain ground, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex® Xpanse™ research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses. From January to March 2021, we monitored scans of 50 million IP addresses associated with 50 global enterprises, including a subset of the Fortune 500, to understand how quickly adversaries can identify vulnerable systems for exploitation.

In this report, we share our key findings, information on the top threats in attack surface management, and insights on how to ensure your organization is secure.

Malicious actors are opportunistic predators, constantly searching for vulnerable targets. Unfortunately, adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. It’s not just an arms race in terms of conducting cyberattacks and protecting against them. There’s also a sprint to detect systems vulnerable to cyberthreats.

To help enterprises gain ground, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex® Xpanse™ research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses. From January to March 2021, we monitored scans of 50 million IP addresses associated with 50 global enterprises, including a subset of the Fortune 500, to understand how quickly adversaries can identify vulnerable systems for exploitation.

In this report, we share our key findings, information on the top threats in attack surface management, and insights on how to ensure your organization is secure.

Malicious actors are opportunistic predators, constantly searching for vulnerable targets. Unfortunately, adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. It’s not just an arms race in terms of conducting cyberattacks and protecting against them. There’s also a sprint to detect systems vulnerable to cyberthreats.

To help enterprises gain ground, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex® Xpanse™ research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses. From January to March 2021, we monitored scans of 50 million IP addresses associated with 50 global enterprises, including a subset of the Fortune 500, to understand how quickly adversaries can identify vulnerable systems for exploitation.

In this report, we share our key findings, information on the top threats in attack surface management, and insights on how to ensure your organization is secure.

Malicious actors are opportunistic predators, constantly searching for vulnerable targets. Unfortunately, adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. It’s not just an arms race in terms of conducting cyberattacks and protecting against them. There’s also a sprint to detect systems vulnerable to cyberthreats.

To help enterprises gain ground, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex® Xpanse™ research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses. From January to March 2021, we monitored scans of 50 million IP addresses associated with 50 global enterprises, including a subset of the Fortune 500, to understand how quickly adversaries can identify vulnerable systems for exploitation.

In this report, we share our key findings, information on the top threats in attack surface management, and insights on how to ensure your organization is secure.

Malicious actors are opportunistic predators, constantly searching for vulnerable targets. Unfortunately, adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. It’s not just an arms race in terms of conducting cyberattacks and protecting against them. There’s also a sprint to detect systems vulnerable to cyberthreats.

To help enterprises gain ground, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex® Xpanse™ research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses. From January to March 2021, we monitored scans of 50 million IP addresses associated with 50 global enterprises, including a subset of the Fortune 500, to understand how quickly adversaries can identify vulnerable systems for exploitation.

In this report, we share our key findings, information on the top threats in attack surface management, and insights on how to ensure your organization is secure.

Malicious actors are opportunistic predators, constantly searching for vulnerable targets. Unfortunately, adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. It’s not just an arms race in terms of conducting cyberattacks and protecting against them. There’s also a sprint to detect systems vulnerable to cyberthreats.

To help enterprises gain ground, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex® Xpanse™ research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses. From January to March 2021, we monitored scans of 50 million IP addresses associated with 50 global enterprises, including a subset of the Fortune 500, to understand how quickly adversaries can identify vulnerable systems for exploitation.

In this report, we share our key findings, information on the top threats in attack surface management, and insights on how to ensure your organization is secure.

Malicious actors are opportunistic predators, constantly searching for vulnerable targets. Unfortunately, adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. It’s not just an arms race in terms of conducting cyberattacks and protecting against them. There’s also a sprint to detect systems vulnerable to cyberthreats.

To help enterprises gain ground, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex® Xpanse™ research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses. From January to March 2021, we monitored scans of 50 million IP addresses associated with 50 global enterprises, including a subset of the Fortune 500, to understand how quickly adversaries can identify vulnerable systems for exploitation.

In this report, we share our key findings, information on the top threats in attack surface management, and insights on how to ensure your organization is secure.

Malicious actors are opportunistic predators, constantly searching for vulnerable targets. Unfortunately, adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. It’s not just an arms race in terms of conducting cyberattacks and protecting against them. There’s also a sprint to detect systems vulnerable to cyberthreats.

To help enterprises gain ground, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex® Xpanse™ research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses. From January to March 2021, we monitored scans of 50 million IP addresses associated with 50 global enterprises, including a subset of the Fortune 500, to understand how quickly adversaries can identify vulnerable systems for exploitation.

In this report, we share our key findings, information on the top threats in attack surface management, and insights on how to ensure your organization is secure.

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