Most financial organizations’ digital footprints evolve and expand quickly.
New services, solutions, and growing user-base make it harder to monitor all the
digital assets which keep spilling exploitable data all over the internet.
Attackers take advantage of it and intrude into the system.
By nature, the financial organizations are inter-connected with plentiful third-party vendors, multiple supply chains, technology providers, and other stakeholders.
In this scenario, monitoring the security posture is very challenging. But the hackers are relentless, targeted, sophisticated, and their nexus is more active than ever.
Recognizing this need, we at Sumeru have developed Threat Meter, a powerful external attack surface monitoring tool.
In today’s blog, let us understand how Threat Meter can help overcome the above mentioned challenges and help financial organizations improve their security.
According to the reports, below are the most recurrent threats to banks, NBFCs and other financial organisations.
Along with the threats highlighted by the reports, we have also observed the below factors and trends.
Sumeru’s takedown & countermeasures service helps organizations combat the external threat identified by Threat Meter.
Once a takedown has been initiated, Sumeru immediately responds with a set of actions that will significantly reduce the threat and ultimately eliminate the identified threats.
Today, organizations spend significant money securing IT assets but forget about the internet. There’s so much sensitive information about businesses out there that organizations don’t even know exists. But hackers do.
Sumeru Threat Meter scans the entire public internet to find this information for the organisation and paints a clear picture of what the organisation’s attack surface looks like on the internet.
And it’s just the beginning of Threat Meter’s capabilities. In the last few months, we have used our external attack surface monitoring tool to help our clients across industries to rise above basic security hygiene and improve their security posture.
Stay tuned to our blog section to know more. Want to have a demo of Threat Meter? Reach out to us now.