What Is Extended Security Posture Management (XSPM)?
C2SEC's Extended Security Posture Management (XSPM) represents a paradigm shift in cybersecurity. It is an innovative, integrated approach that consolidates the management of various security postures into a single, cloud-native platform. Unlike traditional, siloed security solutions, XSPM transcends boundaries to provide a holistic view. It encompasses external attack surface management, open source intelligence, automated penetration testing, cloud posture management, SaaS posture management, and supply chain security management, removing the need for multiple isolated products and fostering synergistic interactions for comprehensive security analysis and remediation.
C2SEC's XSPM platform delivers unprecedented visibility, context, security control, cost optimization, and compliance support across your entire security landscape. From managing attack surfaces to securing M&A transactions and supply chains, our XSPM platform is your key to robust, adaptable cyber resilience. Stay ahead in the digital landscape with a platform designed for the future of security.
360° Unified Posture Management
Our platform illuminates the invisible, providing unparalleled visibility and context across the entirety of an organization's security landscape. From external attack surface management to Cloud/SaaS posture and supply chain security management, we ensure that no stone is left unturned.
Unlike other solutions, our platform doesn't merely aggregate - it discovers, and interconnects, with each component cross-checking and supporting the others for comprehensive security analysis and remediation. Say goodbye to the days of juggling multiple isolated products.
Our platform tirelessly monitors, identifies, and removes unused and underutilized resources to maximize your operation efficiency, especially in the cloud. Besides this, organizations can realize additional cost savings by replacing multiple isolated products with one unified platform.
Our platform seamlessly integrates compliance into your security posture management, automatically mapping your security controls to applicable regulatory standards. Streamline your compliance processes, reduce manual errors, and ensure continuous conformity.
External Surface Management
Your Internet-facing assets and systems are potential entry points for threat actors. Why leave your digital frontiers exposed? From detecting cloud misconfigurations and software vulnerabilities to shadow IT, External Attack Surface Management (EASM) is your foundation to identify and manage risks tied to your Internet-facing assets and systems.
Open Source Intelligence
Complementing the capabilities of external attack surface management, Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) goes beyond the surface, tapping into an expansive ocean of openly available information. It promptly identifies potential threats, empowering organizations to swiftly formulate and execute mitigation strategies, such as detecting malicious phishing domains, uncovering leaked credentials, spotting harmful mobile apps and ads, trawling the murkier depths of the dark web, and more.
Identifying the external attack surface is just the start. Automated penetration testing takes your prevention journey to the next level. Automated penetration testing mimics real-world attacks, providing a more intrusive and thorough assessment of your vulnerabilities. It is not just about understanding your security landscape, but actually testing its strength, much like an attacker would.
Cloud Posture Management
As enterprises embark on the digital transformation journey to the cloud, understanding its security posture in the cloud has become increasingly crucial. While an external view like EASM component provides essential security insights, Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) component adds an internal perspective of your cloud, complementing the external view and enabling a holistic approach to security management and operation optimization.
SaaS Posture Management
SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) proactively identifies and mitigates such risks, providing a secure environment for your SaaS applications. In particular, secure management of Microsoft 365 is essential due to its extensive use for sensitive business communication, data storage, and collaboration, making it a prime target for cybercriminals.
What if your proprietary data is leaked in a third-party app? Are your proprietary data secured in the partner environment at all time? Failure to manage third-party security can lead to data breaches, compliance violations, and damaged reputation. By actively managing supply chain security, you can minimize these risks, ensuring robust protection for your organization in the era of digital interdependency.