Track exploits, prioritize remediation
There is a strong relationship between publicly available exploit code and actually seeing an exploit used in the wild. In fact, 6x the number of firms are reporting exploitation activity and observing 15x the volume of exploitation attempts (Source: Kenna Security). when an exploit is published vs not. What’s more, publishing appears to be shifting away from forums like ExploitDB and towards GitHub—making it increasingly difficult to find published exploit code. If exploits aren’t identified early, they can result in costly breaches and reputational damage for organizations. No organization is immune. At Cyentia, we knew there had to be a more proactive and precise way to identify and track exploits.