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Get the Blueprint: Insights from Ponemon Institute’s 2023 State of Offensive Security Study

Hear from experts Larry Ponemon & Tom Eston, as they reveal our findings from a joint report with the Ponemon Institute on the 'State of Offensive Security' in 2023.

Tool Talk Episode 5: ripgen for finding subdomain permutations

Tool Talk: ripgen

In our fifth edition of the Tool Talk series, we explore ripgen, a subdomain discovery tool designed to significantly increase permutation combinations.

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Achieving Warp Speed to Continuous Testing: How to Calculate ROI for your Business

Uncover your organization’s unique cost savings and risk mitigation strategy for a continuous offensive testing solution with our customized ROI calculation.

Bishop Fox combats ransomware with an offensive Security Roadmap represented by a compass.

Combating Ransomware with an Offensive Roadmap

Examine your organization’s level of ransomware preparedness through the lens of offensive security considerations.

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Bishop Fox Secure Code Review Methodology

Overview of Bishop Fox’s methodology for Secure Code Review.

SC Media Continuously Hacking Yourself on-demand webcast about attack surface management and continuous pen testing

SC Media Special Event: Continuously Hacking Yourself

Explore the benefits of continually hacking yourself to discover new assets (including many you don’t even know you have) and their associated vulnerabilities.

Top 50 Questions to Ask When Evaluating Offensive Security Providers check list first page preview

Evaluating Offensive Security Solutions: Top 50 Questions to Ask

To ensure your security investments offer complete visibility into your attack surface and uncover critical risks at scale, we've compiled questions to help you evaluate solutions. We focus on six key areas: attack surface discovery, exposure identification, triage, validation, remediation, and outputs.

Security Weekly Labs Product Reviews: SW Labs Attack Surface Management Category Overview, sponsored by Bishop Fox; preview of the cover page and two internal pages.

SW Labs Category Overview: Attack Surface Management (ASM) Solutions

Comprehensive overview of the fast-growing Attack Surface Management category from the cybersecurity experts at Security Weekly Labs.

Security Weekly Labs Product Reviews: SW Labs Attack Surface Management Category Overview, sponsored by Bishop Fox

SW Labs Product Review: Cosmos Attack Surface Management Platform

SW Labs assessed Bishop Fox’s Cosmos (formerly CAST) the “Best Emerging Technology" Attack Surface Management Platform of 2021.

ebook cover: "The wolf in Sheep Clothing" How low-risk exposures become catalysts for destructive attacks

The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

See how low-risk exposures can become catalysts for destructive attacks. We include examples of exposures found in real-world environments, including a step-by-step view into how ethical hackers exploited them to reach high-value targets.

Bishop Fox Webcast Cracking the code with Secure Code Review hosted by Chris Bush

Cracking the Code: Secure Code Review in DevSecOps

On-demand webcast offers an in-depth look at how DevOps can integrate both automated and manual code review into the software development lifecycle.

Bishop Fox Webcast about the perils of low risk exposure: The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: How Innocuous Exposures Become Infamous

In the hands of skilled attackers, many "low risk" exposures serve as launching pads or steppingstones to more complex and destructive attacks. Join our webcast as we dive into real-world examples.

Bishop Fox on-demand webcast on Threat Modeling in DevSecOps presented by security experts Tom Eston and Chris Bush

What Bad Could Happen? Managing Application Risk with Threat Modeling

What if security could become an integral framework within the software development process? Join Tom Eston and Chris Bush to learn how Threat Modeling is changing the way organizations manage application security risks.

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