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External Threat Exposure

An external threat refers to the risk of someone/thing from the outside of a company who attempts to exploit system vulnerabilities using malicious software, hacking, sabotage or social engineering. These can be much harder to deal with than internal threats, as you cannot monitor people from the outside like you can employees, nor can you predict what they might do next.

External security threats include many categories that originate from outside company walls and are initiated by someone with no affiliation to the business. External threats can also be directed at individuals. Hacks or schemes to steal passwords and online scams that convince us to share credentials willingly are directed at both personal and business accounts. External risks also include physical threats like device or network tampering intended to disrupt operations. Few of the External Threats we generally come across-

  1. Cybercriminals
  2. Malware
  3. Social Engineering

63 SATS External VAPT services are designed to identify and address vulnerabilities, fortifying your organization against cyber threats from the outside.

Here’s why you should choose 63 SATS

Developer Security Training

Design/Architecture Review

Threat Modeling

Here’s why you should choose 63 SATS

Comprehensive External Security

We specialize in comprehensive assessments to identify and eliminate vulnerabilities in your external infrastructure, including websites, servers, and applications.

Expert External Security Team

Our team consists of skilled security experts with extensive experience in uncovering and mitigating security risks specific to external-facing systems.

Cutting-edge Testing Tools

Utilizing the latest tools and methodologies, we conduct External VAPT to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by external attackers.

Proactive Defense

Stay ahead of cyber threats by proactively addressing external vulnerabilities and securing your organization's external attack surface.

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