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Outpacing the Speed and Precision of Modern Attackers with Continuous Attack Surface Testing

On-demand webcast provides an in-depth look at using Continuous Attack Surface Testing (CAST) to identify and close attack windows before it’s too late.


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Spot and eliminate exposures . . . before the bad guys find them first.

With complex, ever-changing attack surfaces, adversaries are capitalizing on opportunistic exposures faster than resource-constrained teams can keep up. Vulnerability scanning has proven insufficient, and while traditional testing methodologies are useful, they only give you a picture of a point in time. Given the sophistication and speed of today’s attackers, continuous visibility and prioritization of dangerous exposures is more critical than ever.

Awarded best emerging technology by SC Magazine, Bishop Fox’s Cosmos platform, previously known as Continuous Attack Surface Testing (CAST), was purpose-built to address this problem, identifying and eliminating exposures before attackers even know they exist.

Cosmos combines advanced technology and automation with continuous Red Team testing that is performed by hands-on, highly experienced operators to uncover how adversaries could get a foothold into your systems. And we’re ready to share some of what we’ve found in real-world environments!

Watch this on-demand webcast to learn how:

  • The Cosmos platform works – and how it’s different from other approaches.
  • Cosmos outpaces adversaries and addresses real-world scenarios.
  • Cosmos extends your team’s capabilities to combat the sophistication and speed of today’s attackers.

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Ori zigindere

About the speaker, Ori Zigindere

Director of Cosmos Operations at Bishop Fox

Ori Zigindere is Director of COSMOS (formerly CAST) Operations at Bishop Fox with a background in software engineering. He works with a wide range of companies in all major industries and leads a team that helps them improve their security posture against day to day threats.

Ori believes in the value of privacy and security and helps both individuals and organizations to improve their understanding of these topics. In his spare time, he runs WorkshopCon, a company he co-founded, which helps bring together information security students and trainers for world class quality, low cost training.

Ori is an avid volunteer for local information security events in the New England area where he co-organizes Boston Security Meetup and is a board member at OWASP Boston where he is responsible for coordinating volunteers for the annual Boston Application Security Conference (BASC). Ori is a certified GIAC Web Application (GWAPT) and Network Penetration Tester (GPEN) and holds a bachelor's degree in computer science.

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About the speaker, Wes Hutcherson

Director of Product Marketing at Bishop Fox

Wes Hutcherson is the Director of Product Marketing for Bishop Fox where he oversees market intelligence, competitive research and go-to-market strategies. His multi-faceted, technology and cyber security experience spans over a decade with market leaders such as eSentire, Hewlett-Packard and Dell SecureWorks.
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About the speaker, Barrett Darnell

Bishop Fox Alumnus

Barrett Darnell was a Senior Operator at Bishop Fox and a technical lead for the Continuous Attack Surface Testing (COSMOS) Managed Security Service. Prior to coming to Bishop Fox, he served as an exploitation operator in the US Department of Defense's most elite computer network exploitation (CNE) unit. As a top-rated military officer, Barrett led an offensive operations team in the US Air Force's premier selectively-manned cyber attack squadron. Barrett also teaches SANS SEC660: Advanced Penetration Testing, Exploit Writing, and Ethical Hacking to a worldwide audience. Barrett holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Washington State University and a Master of Science in Software Engineering from the University of West Florida.

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