Attack Surface Management , Security Operations

Mastering the Art of Attack Surface Management

Cody Chamberlain, Head of Product, NetSPI. Eric Gruber, Director, NetSPI

Detecting and preventing the unknown is no easy task. But what you don’t know can hurt you. So, how can we identify vulnerable exposures before adversaries do?

It’s time for organizations to master the art of attack surface management. How? By implementing a human-first, continuous, risk-based approach.

In this webinar, participants will learn:

  • What is attack surface management?
  • How cyber attack surface management fits into broader enterprise-wide vulnerability management efforts;
  • How to improve your attack surface visibility with continuous penetration testing;
  • Why a human-first approach is the future of attack surface monitoring.

About the Author

Cody Chamberlain

Cody Chamberlain

Head of Product at NetSPI

As Head of Product, Cody focuses on ensuring the delivery of the technical roadmap, strategizing on future product offerings, and partnering with sales and marketing on go-to-market strategies. He has spent the majority of his career in varying cyber security roles at companies like Ameriprise Financial and Target Corp.

Eric Gruber

Eric Gruber

Director at NetSPI

Eric has a BS and a Master's in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota, focusing on networking, security, and software engineering. He has done work in the education, information technology, and information security industries, designing and developing software, maintaining information systems, and researching security topics. At NetSPI, Eric's primary duties include network, web application, thick application, and mobile penetration testing. He also helps develop applications and scripts for the NetSPI penetration testing team. Eric currently holds the GCIH and GXPN certifications.

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