Learn How Public Discovery Testing Can Be Used To Safeguard Your Organization From A Potential Cyberattack

Cybercriminals usually conduct searches for the publically available information of an organization before carrying out their attacks. The information published on the Internet can be, for example, a presentation file shared by an employee on social media. Such data is used to carry attacks like phishing, information theft, etc. leading to reputational losses or financial losses for an organization, depending on the information shared.
Public Discovery Testing is an intelligence-gathering process of examining publicly available data and exposing the cybersecurity risks. The procedure involves collecting data passively and then testing it while keeping the possibility of a cyberattack in mind.
Eliminate Risks And Gain Security Confidence
Our Public Discovery Testing service uniquely and promptly addresses the security needs of your organization. First, we extract vulnerable information of your organization by exploring thousands of primary as well as secondary sources of information. The information collected is then examined with the help of a threat intelligence system. And finally, we provide a thorough technical explanation of our findings along with proofs regarding the same.
Our services cater to almost all business sectors, from finance to transport. The scope of our test includes an extensive range of information such as IP addresses, email addresses, PowerPoint presentations, Word files, PDF files, and so on. Moreover, the organization can run their business as usual since there is no interference with the organization’s systems in our tests.
Benefits Of Public Discovery Testing
  • Reduce risks of downtime, data theft, and website defacement.
  • Proactively manage emerging threats.
  • Test a wide range of information.
  • Get quick and efficient testing results within a few days.
  • Get a detailed assessment report along with proofs of the findings.
  • Provide minimal data, such as name, phone number, or location of your organization.
  • Get long-term recommendations based on our research.