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Don’t miss out on exclusive research that explores the challenges organizations face in managing security exposures and provides insights on how to overcome them.

Some of the key findings:

  • Organizations typically have 11,000 security exposures attackers could exploit;
  • On the positive side, 75% of exposed resources lead to dead ends;
  • 2% of exposures lie on choke points leading to critical assets;
  • Attackers can access 70% of critical assets in on-prem networks in just 3 steps. It’s even worse in the cloud, where 90% of critical assets are just one hop away from initial compromise.

Want to more? Download the report for free now and take the first step toward building a more efficient and effective exposure management program.

The annual research report, Navigating the Paths of Risk: The State of Exposure Management in 2023 is a collaboration between XM Cyber and Cyentia Institute, a leading research firm which analyzed over 60 million exposures and tens of thousands of attack paths so you can discover how to prioritize and efficiently remediate exposures with research-backed tips and strategies.

The Swiss IT Security Group offers tailored service packages for Attack path Management Services with XM Cyber. Our experts will not only help you find the perfect solution. We will also implement the Attack Path Management Services for you, operate it for you if desired, and make sure you get the best value out of it.

One of the leading European steel suppliers, Switzerland’s Steeltec Group, is elevating its IT security across seven sites and over 1,000 employees. The key to success: A CISO-as-a-Service from Swiss IT Security AG placed into the heart of the company to create a long-term security roadmap, bolster the entire infrastructure, and raise employee awareness on all things security.

This Use Case dives into our CISO-as-a-Service and how our new approach helps boost security at Steeltec Group:

  • Optimization of IT and OT security: 360-degree optimization of the entire existing security infrastructure for Informational and Operational Technology.
  • Development of a comprehensive security roadmap: Alignment with leadership team on all security improvements based on a long-term roadmap.
  • Innovation: Evaluation and implementation of new security solutions based on the current threat landscape.
  • ISMS introduction: Building of and maintaining a complete Information Security Management System (ISMS).
  • Security Coordination: Internal and external synchronization of all security matters, such as external auditing, coordination of various departments, and development of in-house security solutions.
  • Employee briefing: Raising awareness around IT security – from leadership to employees.