Attack Surface Management

Intruder continuously monitors your attack surface to discover unknown assets, highlight exposures that traditional scanners miss, and react quickly to dynamic environments and the changing threat landscape.

Discover your true attack surface

Discover assets across your organization, including subdomains, login pages, APIs, exposed services, and more. Connect your AWS, GCP, Cloudflare, or Azure account and automatically kick off scans when a new service is spun up.

Unparalleled insight into your attack surface

Search across your attack surface and know what’s exposed. Find exposed ports and services before attackers can. Monitor for changes to your attack surface. Get the visibility you need to stay ahead of attackers.

Find and fix exposures on your attack surface

Highlight risky issues like exposed admin panels, publicly-facing databases, misconfigurations, expiring certificates, and more. We find exposures that traditional scanners miss, by customizing the output from multiple scanning engines and providing you with a list of actionable results.

Proactively protect your attack surface

Scan your attack surface whenever it changes or when a new threat emerges in the wild. Automated proactive and reactive scanning keeps your internet-exposed attack surface secure even when the threat landscape changes.

A guardian for your cloud accounts

For businesses with everything in the cloud, or those spinning up VMs and containers regularly, it is challenging to keep track of everything exposed to the internet.

Intruder gives you complete visibility of your cloud assets in one place, making managing your attack surface effortless.

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What is exposure management and how does it differ from ASM?

Intruder's VP of Product, Andy Hornegold, explores exposure management, how it differs from ASM, and why it's becoming essential to organizations' security programs.