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Stay ahead of threats

Radar finds the problems you didn’t know you had

Attackers are constantly coming up with new ways to target your business and your customers. Whether it's buying usernames and passwords for your company on the dark web, creating phishing domains that look like your website or buying up 'typo-squatting URLs that look like yours, it's not easy to stay on top of these threats.

In the majority of cases, you simply won't be aware of these threats until it's too late.

That's where Radar comes in.

Did you know?
The 2021 Colonial Oil Pipeline hack was caused by leaked credentials.
Attack Exposure

The Attack Exposure Modules

Limit your exposure to Attacks

Attack Exposure modules search and analyse 3rd party content and Radar's own data stores for indicators that your business may be exposed to an attack.

Generally, you will not have any control over the data that Radar classifies as Attack Exposure, but knowledge is power - and Radar identifying that you may be exposed to an attack means you have the power to prevent the attack from occurring in the first place.

The Attack Resistance Modules

Increase your Resistance to Attacks

Attack Resistance is the ability of your technical assets to withstand certain dangerous attack classes. This differs from Attack Exposure in that you have control over the asset and can take immediate and direct action to resolve any issues Radar reports.

Radar constantly monitors your Internet-facing estate for vulnerability to these attacks and alerts you in real-time the moment you become vulnerable.

Attack Resistance

"What sets OnSecurity apart is how flexible their platform makes pentesting. They are much less rigid around rescheduling and willing to work in small chunks during the build cycle. This ability to call on them as-and-when made them feel part of the dev team."

Ben Francis, Head of Security & Operations

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